[IronPython] Error while porting Linux code to IronPython
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Tue May 29 10:23:44 CEST 2007
Anthony Raj wrote:
>You were right again. Something unexpected turned up.
>The error was a conflict with the dictionary instance used in
>Wordnet library for windows.
Ah... the joys of "from module import *". :-)
>Gotcha -> <nltk_lite.wordnet.wordnet.Dictionary instance for adv>
>Traceback (most recent call last):
> File C:\IronPython-1.1\Lib\ast\rbsParser1.py, line 36, in Initialize
> File C:\IronPython-1.1\Lib\ast\rbsParser1.py, line 38, in rbsParser
>TypeError: Dictionary object is not callable
>Not sure why wordnet had to use dict as a dictionary object.
>Need to report it to Wordnet developer group.
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