[Image-SIG] Re: Image-SIG digest, Vol 1 #596 - 1 msg

Joel Lawhead jlawhead@pixsell.com
Sun, 07 Apr 2002 19:12:16 -0500


Since you are using Windows you can download an executable that will
automatically set up PIL in Python for you.

The exe is located at:

Or if you want the unofficial latest version (1.1.3) executable download you can
get it at:

Good Luck!

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> Subject: [Image-SIG] PIL modules
> Date: Fri, 05 Apr 2002 22:19:08 -0500
> From: "Alan Wiederman" <pcsavvyalan@hotmail.com>
> To: image-sig@python.org
> I downloaded PIL, and unzipped all the files into a new folder I created in
> the Python21 folder, with it's address being C:\Python21\PIL.  In there, is
> another subfolder named PIL, which includes all the modules for PIL.
> Whenever I try to import those modules at the Python interactive module, it
> says 'No module named Image.'
> Am I supposed to put the PIL modules in a certain place, and the reason that
> I'm having trouble is because I unzipped the files to a new folder in
> Python21?  Or is it something else?  Please help
> --Alan
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