Topic: Trouble getting started
As I said in my post in the suggestions area, I downloaded icarra today. To start, I had to hunt for the x86_64 versions of the ChartDirector library files. Then I had to modify icarra.py to point to them, and I can't find a way in python to distinguish Linux 32 bit from a Linux 64 bit installation (but I'm not really much of a python user). I then had to install a bunch of python packages that were not present. I'm on Gentoo Linux, and I could find distro packages for all except jsonrpc, which I had to manually install. (I'll be glad to provide a more complete list, if anyone wants it.)
Then, when I finally ran "python icarra.py" it brings up a modal dialog (no window decordations, so no way to interact with it) which says "Welcome to Icarra!" and asks me to allow a minute. It's now been over half an hour, and I suspect it's stuck. On the console, there are a whole bunch of
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/jack/src/icarra2-src/splashScreenFrame.py", line 118, in checkTimer s = self.checkStatus() File "/home/jack/src/icarra2-src/splashScreenFrame.py", line 112, in checkStatus p.rebuildPositionHistory(app.stockData) File "/home/jack/src/icarra2-src/portfolio.py", line 872, in rebuildPositionHistory self.readFromDb() File "/home/jack/src/icarra2-src/portfolio.py", line 255, in readFromDb row["uniqueId"], KeyError: 'uniqueId'
It's been using lots of cpu, but it doesn't seem to be doing anything. I does have some files in ~/.icarra open, but their timestamps are all from about when it started.
Any thoughts on how to proceed?
Thanks for any help.