Problem with Packages
gagsl-py2 at yahoo.com.ar
Thu Mar 8 09:50:16 CET 2007
En Thu, 08 Mar 2007 05:26:45 -0300, Srikanth <sri1025 at gmail.com> escribió:
>> It appears that you forgot the basic rule: a package is a directory with
>> an __init__.py file (even if empty).
> Exactly right. I didn't know that __init__.py is a mandatory one.
> Thanks for pointing out.
You may want to review this section on the Python Tutorial, covering
>> You need 4 of such files here.
> Thanks again for saying 4, cause I would have definetly put only 2
> (inside dir1_1 and dir2_2)
That was absolutely intentional :) so you had to figure out *where* to put
the __init__.py files...
>> Maybe PyDev plays some tricks with PYTHONPATH or something...
> I got the same doubt and I checked PyDev before posting, the
> PYTHONPATH is exactly the same but I didn't notice or rather
> overlooked __init__.py file it created automatically when I created
> packages using the dialogs.
Ah, those automagical tools...
> Thanks you Gabriel!
I'm glad you found it helpful!
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