NewBie question: cannot import TKinter and os

Martin von Loewis loewis at
Fri Dec 8 21:18:39 CET 2000

etsang at writes:

> 1. at the very first beginning, it says import site error. I know this
> module site is no longer required in Python 2.0 after dereading some
> doc in how can I make thie error go away??

That is incorrect. Where did you read that? is still needed.

> 2. when I tried import Tkinter, it says No Module named TkInter, but it
> is clearly compiled... I did the same thing in versio 1.5.2 and there
> was no problem .....

If it says "No Module named TkInter", it may be that you misspelled
the name of the module: It is Tkinter, not TkInter.

> 3. when I try import expect, it says
> import expect # builtin
> WARNING: Python C API version mismatch for module expect:
>   This Python has API version 1009, module expect has version 1007.
> Where can I get the correct 1009 version for expect????

You need to recompile the expect module, I guess. It appears that it
did not actually compile the expect module; instead, you were probably
using an old object file.


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