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Pythons site module could not be loaded #717

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asolopovas opened this Issue Mar 28, 2016 · 4 comments

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asolopovas commented Mar 28, 2016

Hi, I am using gvim and vim in Windows 10 x64. I spent around 24 hours fiddling with building vim from source but python still does not work in it. Vim from official site (ftp://ftp.vim.org/pub/vim/pc/gvim74.exe) is shutting down each time when I was trying to run python dependent plugin, so after few hours of googling I found the article that lead me to building x64 version with python x64.
So I downloaded Visual Studio 2015 and it failed building because of missing Win32.mak. So I downgraded to Visual Studio 2013 and Installed Windows 7 SDK and copied Win32.mak into Win8 sdk include folder. So finally I managed to build it from source. But there is another issue it started, but gives me the following error "E887: Sorry, this command is disabled, the Python's site module could not be loaded". So I tried to build x86 from source and python x86, and it gave me the same error.

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asolopovas commented Mar 28, 2016

Everything worked with python 2.7.9

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chrisbra commented Mar 30, 2016

Python 2.7.11 has a nasty bug, that prevents its ussage on Windows. There is an easy workaround however: link.

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voldikss commented Apr 1, 2017

I've tried python 2.7.13,the latest release when i posted this. It also has this bug, so finally I chose Python 2.7.12

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zethodderskov commented Aug 4, 2017

I had the error on my Mac. I realized that I was running Vim v. 7.4. I uninstalled Vim and installed it again with brew (v. 8.0). When I ran vim afterwards, then it was still opening v. 7.4 (I forgot to run it with the --override-system-vim-flag. But when I added alias vim='/usr/local/bin/vim' in my .zshrc-file (the Zshell version of the .bashrc- or .bash_profile-file), then it worked afterwards.

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