<div>sys.path da pypy:<br> <br>[&#39;&#39;, &#39;C:\\Python26\\DLLs&#39;, &#39;C:\\Python26\\Lib&#39;, &#39;C:\\Python26\\Lib\\site-package<br>s&#39;, &#39;C:\\PyPy\\pypy-1.5.0a0-win32&#39;, &#39;C:\\PyPy\\pypy-1.5.0a0-win32\\lib_pypy&#39;, &#39;C<br>
:\\PyPy\\pypy-1.5.0a0-win32\\lib-python\\modified-2.7&#39;, &#39;C:\\PyPy\\pypy-1.5.0a0-<br>win32\\lib-python\\2.7&#39;, &#39;C:\\PyPy\\pypy-1.5.0a0-win32\\lib-python\\modified-2.7<br><a href="file://lib-tk&#39;/">\\lib-tk&#39;</a>, &#39;C:\\PyPy\\pypy-1.5.0a0-win32\\lib-python\\2.7\\lib-tk&#39;]<br>
 <br>PYTHONPATH<br> <br>C:\Python26\DLLs;C:\Python26\Lib;C:\Python26\Lib\site-packages;</div>
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<div class="gmail_quote">2011/6/10 Antonio Cuni <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:anto.cuni@gmail.com">anto.cuni@gmail.com</a>&gt;</span><br>
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<div class="im">On 10/06/11 18:00, Paolo Basso wrote:<br>&gt; Ok, I solved the problem, the patch works great (thanks Thomas) but the<br>&gt; problem was a conflict with the python 2.6 library from which the readline.py<br>
&gt; module was loaded. Is it normal that it happens or it a problem of my<br>&gt; configuration?<br><br></div>uhm, it seems that something is wrong.  PyPy should not try to load the<br>modules of cpython&#39;s stdlib (it doesn&#39;t even know if/where it is installed!)<br>
<br>What is your PYTHONPATH? And your sys.path?<br><br>ciao,<br>Anto<br></blockquote></div><br>