org.python.pydev.ui.NotConfiguredInterpreterException: Interpreter is not properly configured\! Please go to window->preferences->PyDev->Python Interpreters and configure it. If this is not supposed to be a Python project, change the project type on the project properties to the project you want (e.g.: Jython project).

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    errors when trying to set python interpreter

    pydev | 1 decade ago | doughellmann
    org.python.pydev.ui.NotConfiguredInterpreterException: Interpreter is not properly configured\! Please go to window->preferences->PyDev->Python Interpreters and configure it. If this is not supposed to be a Python project, change the project type on the project properties to the project you want (e.g.: Jython project).
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    Error on upgrading to 0.9.8.7

    pydev | 1 decade ago | dontaylor
    org.python.pydev.ui.NotConfiguredInterpreterException: Interpreter is not properly configured\! Please go to window->preferences->PyDev->Python Interpreters and configure it. If this is not supposed to be a Python project, change the project type on the project properties to the project you want (e.g.: Jython project).
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    After update to 1.2.9 I try remove and add interpreter and i can't: - Setting task name:Found:/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/PIL/_imagingtk.so - Setting task name:Found:/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/PIL/_imagingft.so - Setting task name:Found:/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/PIL/_imaging.so - Success getting the info. Result:/usr/bin/python2.5 !ENTRY org.eclipse.core.jobs 4 2 2007-03-02 18:48:20.023 !MESSAGE An internal error occurred during: "Pydev code completion: rebuilding modules". !STACK 0 org.python.pydev.ui.NotConfiguredInterpreterException: org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.PythonInterpreterManager:Interpreter is not properly configured! Please go to window->preferences->PyDev->Python Interpreters and configure it. If this is not supposed to be a Python project, change the project type on the project properties to the project you want (e.g.: Jython project). at org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.AbstractInterpreterManager.getDefaultInterpreter(AbstractInterpreterManager.java:89) at org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.getSystemModulesManager(ProjectModulesManager.java:181) at org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.getManagers(ProjectModulesManager.java:353) at org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.getManagersInvolved(ProjectModulesManager.java:410) at org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.getCompletePythonPath(ProjectModulesManager.java:427) at org.python.pydev.plugin.nature.PythonPathNature.getCompleteProjectPythonPath(PythonPathNature.java:69) at org.python.pydev.plugin.nature.PythonNature$2.run(PythonNature.java:388) at org.eclipse.core.internal.jobs.Worker.run(Worker.java:58) And code completion (after dot) in 1.2.9 doesn't work for me. Eclipse is "frozen" (sorry for english), so I must Ctrl+Esc. Log: AbstractShell: Getting shell relatedId:0 id:1 PyCodeCompletion: END AbstractShell.getServerShell ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions AbstractShell: Synchronizing on shells... AbstractShell: Getting shell relatedId:0 id:1 ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ... and many more same lines.. Whit

    Appcelerator JIRA | 1 decade ago | Nobody/Anonymous
    org.python.pydev.ui.NotConfiguredInterpreterException: org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.PythonInterpreterManager:Interpreter is not properly configured! Please go to window->preferences->PyDev->Python Interpreters and configure it. If this is not supposed to be a Python project, change the project type on the project properties to the project you want (e.g.: Jython project).
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    After update to 1.2.9 I try remove and add interpreter and i can't: - Setting task name:Found:/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/PIL/_imagingtk.so - Setting task name:Found:/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/PIL/_imagingft.so - Setting task name:Found:/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/PIL/_imaging.so - Success getting the info. Result:/usr/bin/python2.5 !ENTRY org.eclipse.core.jobs 4 2 2007-03-02 18:48:20.023 !MESSAGE An internal error occurred during: "Pydev code completion: rebuilding modules". !STACK 0 org.python.pydev.ui.NotConfiguredInterpreterException: org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.PythonInterpreterManager:Interpreter is not properly configured! Please go to window->preferences->PyDev->Python Interpreters and configure it. If this is not supposed to be a Python project, change the project type on the project properties to the project you want (e.g.: Jython project). at org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.AbstractInterpreterManager.getDefaultInterpreter(AbstractInterpreterManager.java:89) at org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.getSystemModulesManager(ProjectModulesManager.java:181) at org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.getManagers(ProjectModulesManager.java:353) at org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.getManagersInvolved(ProjectModulesManager.java:410) at org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.getCompletePythonPath(ProjectModulesManager.java:427) at org.python.pydev.plugin.nature.PythonPathNature.getCompleteProjectPythonPath(PythonPathNature.java:69) at org.python.pydev.plugin.nature.PythonNature$2.run(PythonNature.java:388) at org.eclipse.core.internal.jobs.Worker.run(Worker.java:58) And code completion (after dot) in 1.2.9 doesn't work for me. Eclipse is "frozen" (sorry for english), so I must Ctrl+Esc. Log: AbstractShell: Getting shell relatedId:0 id:1 PyCodeCompletion: END AbstractShell.getServerShell ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions AbstractShell: Synchronizing on shells... AbstractShell: Getting shell relatedId:0 id:1 ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ASTManager: getGlobalCompletions ASTManager: getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: END getBuiltinCompletions ASTManager: getCompletionsForModule ... and many more same lines.. Whit

    Appcelerator JIRA | 1 decade ago | Nobody/Anonymous
    org.python.pydev.ui.NotConfiguredInterpreterException: org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.PythonInterpreterManager:Interpreter is not properly configured! Please go to window->preferences->PyDev->Python Interpreters and configure it. If this is not supposed to be a Python project, change the project type on the project properties to the project you want (e.g.: Jython project).
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    0.9.4/0.9.5: Preferences.PythonInterpreters get lost

    pydev | 1 decade ago | jens_engel
    org.python.pydev.ui.NotConfiguredInterpreterException: Interpreter is not properly configured\! Please go to window- >preferences->PyDev->Python Interpreters and configure it. at org.python.pydev.ui.InterpreterManager.getDefaultInterpreter (InterpreterManager.java:53) at org.python.pydev.ui.InterpreterManager.getDefaultInterpreterInf o(InterpreterManager.java:68) at org.python.pydev.plugin.nature.PythonNature.restoreSystemM anager(PythonNature.java:285)

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    1. org.python.pydev.ui.NotConfiguredInterpreterException

      Interpreter is not properly configured\! Please go to window->preferences->PyDev->Python Interpreters and configure it. If this is not supposed to be a Python project, change the project type on the project properties to the project you want (e.g.: Jython project).

      at org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.AbstractInterpreterManager.getDefaultInterpreter()
    2. org.python.pydev
      PythonNature$2.run
      1. org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.AbstractInterpreterManager.getDefaultInterpreter(AbstractInterpreterManager.java:76)
      2. org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.AbstractInterpreterManager.getDefaultInterpreterInfo(AbstractInterpreterManager.java:111)
      3. org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.getSystemModulesManager(ProjectModulesManager.java:66)
      4. org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.getBuiltins(ProjectModulesManager.java:216)
      5. org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ModulesManager.changePythonPath(ModulesManager.java:155)
      6. org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ProjectModulesManager.changePythonPath(ProjectModulesManager.java:194)
      7. org.python.pydev.editor.codecompletion.revisited.ASTManager.changePythonPath(ASTManager.java:81)
      8. org.python.pydev.plugin.nature.PythonNature$2.run(PythonNature.java:296)
      8 frames
    3. Eclipse Jobs
      Worker.run
      1. org.eclipse.core.internal.jobs.Worker.run(Worker.java:76)
      1 frame