Package question

Delaney, Timothy tdelaney at avaya.com
Tue Sep 26 01:44:21 CEST 2000


You need an __init__.py in each package ...

   myprogram.py
   MainPackage\
     __init__.py
     a.py
     SubPackage1\
       __init__.py
       b.py
     SubPackage2\
       __init__.py
       c.py

> Bernhard Herzog wrote:
> > 
> > Hans Nowak <ivnowa at hvision.nl> writes:
> > 
> > >   myprogram.py
> > >   MainPackage\
> > >     a.py
> > >     SubPackage1\
> > >       b.py
> > >     SubPackage2\
> > >       c.py
> > >
> > > In such cases, b.py cannot find a.py and thus it cannot use any
> > > general modules in MainPackage. Neither can it see c.py in
> > > SubPackage2.
> > 
> > Just use
> > 
> >         import MainPackage.a
> > 
> > and
> >         import MainPackage.SubPackage2.b
> 
> Yes, but that is exactly the problem... b.py cannot see MainPackage
> either. Unless
> I add it to sys.path, which I *don't* want to do. =(
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