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Internal Arepl error: [ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED]

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Hi, I’m encountering an internal arepl error when I’m running AREPL.

I’m just printing a sample string with python3.7 print('test')


internal arepl error: Error stack: Error [ERR_STREAM_DESTROYED]: Cannot call write after a stream was destroyed
	at doWrite (_stream_writable.js:413:19)
	at writeOrBuffer (_stream_writable.js:401:5)
	at Socket.Writable.write (_stream_writable.js:301:11)
	at PythonShell.send (c:\Users\anon\.vscode\extensions\almenon.arepl-1.0.21\node_modules\python-shell\index.js:285:20)
	at PythonEvaluator.execCode (c:\Users\anon\.vscode\extensions\almenon.arepl-1.0.21\node_modules\arepl-backend\index.js:62:22)
	at ToAREPLLogic.onUserInput (c:\Users\anon\.vscode\extensions\almenon.arepl-1.0.21\out\src\toAREPLLogic.js:79:34)
	at PreviewManager.onAnyDocChange (c:\Users\anon\.vscode\extensions\almenon.arepl-1.0.21\out\src\PreviewManager.js:270:51)
	at listOnTimeout (internal/timers.js:533:17)
	at processTimers (internal/timers.js:475:7)

I’m using Windows 10 64-bit and Python version 3.7.0.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:6 (4 by maintainers)

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Almenoncommented, Mar 8, 2020

I just managed to reproduce the error! 😄

It happens to me when I have arepl.pythonpath set to python3. When I execute python3 in the command line windows thinks I don’t have python installed and brings up the windows app store with the python installation page. AREPL doesn’t expect that and throws an error.

I can add in code to handle that situation and give a more user friendly error message if that happens 😃

lemirsercommented, Mar 8, 2020

I can execute the py in the command line without activating the virtual environment. I followed the steps here Option 2: Activate the Virtual Environment from your Terminal/Command Window and then launch VS Code and AREPL runs without any issue.

  1. Ensure none of the Python paths are configured in the settings.json file (leave them to their defaults).
  2. Open your terminal (command) window and activate the relevant Python environment
  3. Close all instances of VS Code
  4. Next, launch VS Code from that same terminal (command window) session

There might be a problem with my vscode settings but it works now. Thank you for your help.

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