You're example works ok for me (using cmd-R). Python gives the following version number in one of the output windows:
PyMate r8111 running Python 2.5.1 (/usr/bin/env python)
Does this differ from what you see?

Also, keep in mind that the macports python installs to /opt/local/bin if that's the version you need to be using. That version is 2.5.2 r252:60911 for me.

On Thu, Dec 25, 2008 at 12:37 PM, Andrea Crotti <> wrote:

Dana Rea wrote:
> Have you tried updating your python module? Perhaps you got a newer
> version
> with the port package.

Well no I got the last, and reinstalled it a few times..
Now I even don't understand why pymate is not working (with all the python
If I run something like that

#!/usr/bin/env python
if __name__ == '__main__':
   a = raw_input("kjld")

I get
EOFError: EOF when reading a line

Instead of a windows asking me for the input...
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