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   followed by the appropriate arguments.  You should of course substitute the    followed by the appropriate arguments.  You should of course substitute the
   correct path to your Python installation's "scripts" directory.    correct path to your Python installation's "scripts" directory.
   
     The 'peak' script is designed for use as a '#!' command interpreter for
     certain file types, such as ZConfig configuration files.  Some Unixes,
     however, do not support using scripts as '#!' interpreters.  To work around
     this, there is a (currently experimental) 'invoke' program you can build.  To
     build the 'invoke' program, go to the directory you unpacked the PEAK source
     in, and type::
   
       gcc -o invoke scripts/invoke.c
   
     This will build an 'invoke' executable, which you can then place on your
     system's path or other appropriate location.  You can then use '#!' lines
     like this (replacing '/usr/local/bin' with the directory where you installed
     'invoke', of course)::
   
       #!/usr/local/bin/invoke peak EventDriven
       ...rest of config file goes here
   
     'invoke' allows an arbitrary number of space-separated arguments to be passed
     to the command it invokes, thus working around various Unixes' '#!' parsing
     problems, as well as the "can't use a script as an interpreter" problem.  It
     also searches the system PATH for the specified command.  You may find this
     useful for non-PEAK script interpreters as well.
   
   
   
  TESTING YOUR INSTALLATION   TESTING YOUR INSTALLATION
   
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     python C:\Python22\Scripts\peak test      python C:\Python22\Scripts\peak test
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
  THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE INCLUDED WITH PEAK   THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE INCLUDED WITH PEAK
   
   Aaron Watters' 'kjbuckets' Module    Aaron Watters' 'kjbuckets' Module


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