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NLTK Download

When attempting to download collections from within WingIDE receive error.

import nltk nltk.download() aborted (disconnected)

I have also tried nltk.download_shell() nltk.download_shell()

NLTK Downloader

d) Download l) List u) Update c) Config h) Help q) Quit

Downloader> l aborted (disconnected)

In either case after the error is reported, the python shell is no longer responsive and the shell needs to be restarted.

My configuration: WingPro 8.3.0.0 (rev 979f106f1aaa) Python 3.10.2 (tags/v3.10.2:a58ebcc, Jan 17 2022, 14:12:15) [MSC v.1929 64 bit (AMD64)]

As a work around, everything works outside of Wing by running python from the cmd prompt

Kindest, Chet

NLTK Download

When attempting to download collections from within WingIDE receive error.

import nltk nltk.download() aborted (disconnected)

I have also tried nltk.download_shell() nltk.download_shell()

NLTK Downloader

d) Download l) List u) Update c) Config h) Help q) Quit

Downloader> l aborted (disconnected)

In either case after the error is reported, the python shell is no longer responsive and the shell needs to be restarted.

My configuration: WingPro 8.3.0.0 (rev 979f106f1aaa) Python 3.10.2 (tags/v3.10.2:a58ebcc, Jan 17 2022, 14:12:15) [MSC v.1929 64 bit (AMD64)]

As a work around, everything works outside of Wing by running python from the cmd prompt

Kindest, Chet

NLTK Download

When attempting to download collections from within WingIDE receive error.

import nltk nltk.download() aborted (disconnected)

I have also tried nltk.download_shell() nltk.download_shell()

NLTK Downloader

d) Download l) List u) Update c) Config h) Help q) Quit

Downloader> l aborted (disconnected)

In either case after the error is reported, the python shell is no longer responsive and the shell needs to be restarted.

My configuration: WingPro 8.3.0.0 (rev 979f106f1aaa) Python 3.10.2 (tags/v3.10.2:a58ebcc, Jan 17 2022, 14:12:15) [MSC v.1929 64 bit (AMD64)]

As a work around, everything works outside of Wing by running python from the cmd prompt

Kindest, Chet