Search path on Windows
michael benjamin mayhew
mayhew at cis.ohio-state.edu
Tue Aug 20 03:38:37 CEST 2002
You need to append the name of the directory in which your module
resides as a string object to the list sys.path. In other words:
sys.path.append('the directory of your module')
Hope this helps.
Jason Taylor wrote:
> This is a newbie question.
> How do you tell the pyhton interpreter where to find modules that you
> want to import?
> Say, I have a file mymodule1.py in directory C:\home\MyPythonCode
> In another file, I have the statement:
> from mymodule1 import *
> How do I configure Python 2.2 for Windows, so that it will know where
> to find mymodule1.py?
> Does it matter that I am running the scripts from emacs?
> I have the book "Programming Python" by Mark Lutz but I can't seem to
> find the information I need.
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