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SSAdvisor
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I don't have Windows or MAC environments to test with but these changes work for Linux.

Here is the script as I've envisioned it.

run-me.bat

: # To execute on Linux or MAC open a command window
: # $SHELL run-me.bat
: #
: # To execute on Windows open a command windows
: # run-me
:<<"::IGNOREONNIX"
@echooff
::IGNOREONNIX
echo Installing necessary Python modules...
pip install -r requirements.txt
echo Running Python script...
python3 app.py

:;read -n1 -r -p 'Press any key to continue...'
:;exit
pause
 

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Posted : 05/26/2023 2:43 am
Hasan Aboul Hasan
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Thanks for sharing

 
Posted : 05/27/2023 6:40 am
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has anyone gotten this to work on a Mac? 

 
Posted : 06/13/2023 3:31 am
SSAdvisor
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@gee-whiz did you try it? What was the result? If you're having issues with installing pycairo then you need to install the required development system on your OS. I know it requires GCC and python-dev but it might need more. If it's not this then share a screen shot or a video.

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Posted : 06/27/2023 12:19 am
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