ride.py: command not found
I installed Robot Framework successfully using pip.
When I use the command
robot --version, I get this:
Robot Framework 3.0.2 (Python 3.5.2 on linux)
But when I try to use the command
ride.py, I get this error:
ride.py: command not found
try to use full syntax of a callable file, by using:
Ride.py not working � Issue #1642 � robotframework/RIDE � GitHub, GitHub is home to over 50 million developers working together to host steps tried opening the IDE from command prompt by typing ride.py� Ride GUI not opening when hit the ride.py command in command line prompt, opening below file when hit the same using the latest version of python 3.7.0, WX version:4.0.3, Robot framework 3.0.4, PIP: 18.0
RIDE does not support Python 3 yet. Seeing as you're using Python 3.5, I'm suspecting RIDE wasn't installed at all, and therefore, you cannot execute it of course.
Try re-installing RIDE, using the following command, and watch out for error messages. You may also want to check in the
scripts directory of your Python installation if
ride.py is present.
pip install robotframework-ride
If you insist on using RIDE, you'll need to get Python 2.7. What you could do is setting up a side installation of Python 2.7 to use RIDE and keep Python 3.5 as your main Python installation.
FYI, while Robot Framework itself is Python 3 compatible, not all of it's ecosystem has been ported to Python 3 yet. You should consider this before going further in your tests development.
Hope it helps
Ride.py is not opening the IDE � Issue #2098 � robotframework/RIDE , RIDE was working properly on my Windows 7 (64-bit) system with at the launch time without giving any errors in the command line. Giving non-existent robot file as an argument while starting ride.py is not working either. If running the runner scripts fails with a message saying that the command is not found or recognized, a good first step is double-checking the PATH configuration. If that does not help, it is a good idea to re-read relevant sections from these instructions before searching help from the Internet or as asking help on robotframework-users mailing list or elsewhere.
- First check the robot framework installation version through "pip freeze" at cmd prompt.
- if you find any version like " robotframework==3.1.1", then uninstall through this command
pip uninstall robotframework.
- then again check through pip freeze command for confirmation.
- then install through this command
pip install robotframework-ride.
- After successfully install you can check ride.py is available at
- for the RIDE type in command prompt
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Ride.py not working, @geertpeeters If you are on Linux or OSX you may want to have a look at Docker . You can pull when start ride.py i see this "wxPython not found. You need to� If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages. Files for robotframework-ride, version 18.104.22.168; Filename, size File type Python version
robotframework/RIDE, Hi All, I am not able to execute the command "ride.py",its giving the following ERROR message: Wrong wxPython version. You need to install� > VERSIONER_PYTHON_PREFER_32_BIT=yes ride.py Install Ride. Ride is Robot Framework IDE. We can use pip to install it as shown below. Command pip install robotframework-ride Once the installation is done, open the command prompt and type the following command to open the Ride-IDE. Command ride.py The above command opens the IDE as follows −