So, I am running Python 2.6.1 on my computer, and just installed google App Engine.
As soon as i click on the App Engine Launcher, it gives an error dialog box and asks me to check the GoogleAppEngineLauncher.exe file for more details.
I have appended the log file below:
From the file, I get the feeling that It's about giving the right details about Proxy.
It seems that it is about making some edits to some particular .py file so that I can enter my proxy settings, and username/password.
I have also come across few suggestions telling me to set the proxy in environment variables at the command prompt - but that hasn't worked. Any suggestions, please?
asked 06 Jun '12, 13:52
What I did when I ran it under a proxy was, I added the environment variable "http_proxy" and set it to the proxy I was using (172.30.1.1) to my list of environment variables (go to My Computer -> Right Click -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Advanced tab -> Environment variables.
I use Windows 7.
answered 06 Jun '12, 21:03
Thanks Ashwin. I have done that.
Before doing that:
After doing the variables thing:
The problem, as seems to be on Google Code Issue 4849, seems to be with a urllib2 file : but I cannot figure out a way to use that patch!
answered 06 Jun '12, 21:40