On Wed, Nov 06, 2002 at 09:00:13AM +0800, lals;dfjsd wrote:
IIRC. However, I don't understand what you're trying to do here. If you have Twisted installed in your C:\python22\lib\site-packages (as with setup.py or the .exe installer) then you shouldn't be adding anything to your PYTHONPATH to get 'twisted' to import.
Well following the example for woven, I thought that you needed to add to pythonpath where ever you are putting your code for your application, as in if I want to put my code in c:\web2\mohan_koteh\ then i should add this to the pythonpath to get it to work. Isn't it so ? I just kept on trying the woven examples but without success until i added the directory which i was working on to the pythonpath. Maybe I am doing something wrong here but can someone actually tell me how it is done ?
He's just pointing out that you shouldn't need to do anything special to get Twisted itself to import -- the installer/setup.py should've done that for you (anything in %PYTHONHOME%/Lib/site-packages is automatically on the python path).
What you need to do with your own application that uses Twisted is a different question.