[IronPython] How to import python folders as modules
Jose Ignacio Gisbert
jigisbert.etra-id at grupoetra.com
Tue Feb 26 23:03:35 PST 2008
Ok, sorry guys for my lack of information.
What I have is a folder called xmpp, with .py files including __init__.py In
python2.5 I import it as normal module and it works perfectly, but in
What I do is to create a folder named "xmpp" under App_Script folder (so
xmpp path it's no necessary I think), and after I attach xmpp files to it
Then, I import module as I did in Python, "import xmpp", and what I receive
is an error message with "No module named xmpp"
I am sure I do not using well Ironpython (I am new here), so if you need
more information please tell me.
Thanks again and I am waiting for your response
De: users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com
[mailto:users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] En nombre de John Machin
Enviado el: miércoles, 27 de febrero de 2008 0:12
Para: Discussion of IronPython
Asunto: Re: [IronPython] How to import python folders as modules
j igisbert.etra-id wrote:
> Hi Dino, Thanks for your response, but I was not refering to pyxmpp. I
> am using xmpppy, http://xmpppy.sourceforge.net/ , and as long I have
> read, it does not contain any C Extension Library (or perhaps yes...).
> In normal Python it runs perfect, so it is no problem of the library
> Yes, it contains an __ini__.py file, so that is because I do not
> understand why it does not work.
I hope you mean __init__.py, not __ini__.py
Please give some concrete information, instead of "it does not recognize
them" and "it does not work".
(1) What is the full path .....\xmpppy\__init__.py ?
(2) When you do
import sys; print sys.path
what do you see? In particular, does it include the answer to (1) ?
(3) When you follow immediately with
what exactly (copy/paste!) do you see?
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