[IronPython] difference in compiling ipy in 3.5 vs. .NET 4.0?

Michael Foord michael at voidspace.org.uk
Tue Oct 5 18:27:03 CEST 2010

  On 05/10/2010 16:59, Ken MacDonald wrote:
> I am getting much farther with my app now that I can actually run it 
> as an .exe; and running under VS is a HUGE help. Currently, the app is 
> dying on the following statement:
> import os
> When I run it in VS or from the ipy command prompt, "import os" seems 
> to work fine, "dir(os)" yields a bunch of symbols, for instance.
> When I run it as a compiled .exe, it runs up to that point, and dies 
> with an exception "no module named os".
> This seems like it must be some sort of path issue or similar. Where 
> is the assembly for "os",

"os" is not an assembly but a Python module from the standard library. 
You need to ensure that the Python standard library (or the parts that 
you use and their dependencies) is on the path.

All the best,

Michael Foord

> and how do I ensure it gets found from my .exe - is there a specific 
> env. variable, or the Windows %PATH% e.v., or something I haven't 
> AddReference'd to????
> Thanks,
> Ken
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