problem with Fnorb and module new

Darrell news at dorb.com
Wed Jun 30 23:40:17 CEST 1999


I don't think that "new" is part of the default build.
It shows up in the Windows build.

--
--Darrell
Jim Kerr <jbkerr at sr.hp.com> wrote in message
news:377A8D17.9B4D17C8 at sr.hp.com...
>   I just tried installing Fnorb on HP-UX 10.20... the install went
> smoothly, but when I tried stepping through the Hello World example,
> python complained about not being able to find module new. The
> complaint
> is certainly valid -- I can't find new.py anywhere either. Anyone know
> what's going on here?
>
> $ fnidl HelloWorld.idl
> Traceback (innermost last):
>   File
> "/users/jbkerr/python/Python-1.5.1/site-packages/Fnorb/script/fnidl",
> line 2, in ?
>     import sys; from Fnorb.script import fnidl;
> sys.exit(fnidl.main(sys.argv))
>   File
> "/users/jbkerr/python/Python-1.5.1/site-packages/Fnorb/script/fnidl.py",
> line 41, in ?
>     from Fnorb.orb      import CORBA, Util
>   File
> "/users/jbkerr/python/Python-1.5.1/site-packages/Fnorb/orb/CORBA.py",
> line 38, in ?
>     import fnorb_thread, TypeManager, Util
>   File
> "/users/jbkerr/python/Python-1.5.1/site-packages/Fnorb/orb/Util.py",
> line 38, in ?
>     import keyword, new, string, UserList
> ImportError: No module named new
>
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