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alhm

I downloaded python and google apps so that I could learn to create applications. I have a Windows 7 computer. It appears that Google apps didn't load correctly. It couldn't find python and said I was missing "app engine sdk." Any thoughts how I can solve this?

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  1. happybee
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    what app you want to create?

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  2. happybee
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    for android apps you need to download eclipse or use mit appinventor easy peasy?

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    @happybee Appengine is web stuff, not Android.

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  4. e.mccormick
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    Did you try it inside the development environment? https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/python/gettingstartedpython27/introduction

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    yes I heard that too. Like hosting your web in a sandbox stuff and use it efficiently right

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    I'm just learning programming, and for my first task, I'm supposed to be able to "print" hello world. I just added "c:\python27" to my path in the control panel and google apps seems to be working. (maybe that took care of my earlier problem?) But "hello world" doesn't appear when I type "localhost:10081". I get an error screen. I'm taking a look at the link you provided. Thanks.

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  7. alhm
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    Well, something is definitely wrong. I just went to my files and I can't open "app.yaml". Windows doesn't recognize the extension. And python blinks on and off when I click on "main.py" and 'main.pyc". I did download google app from the python chart, so I think I'm in the right environment. But, I guess I'm still missing something.

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    if you are using win7 and have installed python, why don't you just use IDLE? It is (should have been) part of the Python install.

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    did you follow these instructions? https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/python/gettingstartedpython27/devenvironment

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  10. e.mccormick
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    @bwCA Probably because the appengine tools rquire a server to run. The dev kit comes with a test server. Learning Python and Appengine are close cousins. Appengine runs on Python, but in a web environment.

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