.pth files and figuring out valid paths..
steven.klass at gmail.com
Wed Jun 10 01:30:06 CEST 2009
On Jun 9, 3:28 pm, Emile van Sebille <em... at fenx.com> wrote:
> On 6/9/2009 3:00 PM rh0dium said...
> > I have a .pth file which has some logic in it - but it isn't quite
> > enough...
> > It started with this..
> > import os, site; site.addsitedir(os.path.join(os.environ["TECHROOT"],
> > "tools/python/modules"))
> > But that eventually evolved into..
> > import os, site; site.addsitedir(os.path.join(os.environ.get
> > ("TECHROOT", "/home/tech"), "tools/python/modules"))
> > But now I want to check to make sure this directory exists or fall
> > back to "/home/tech". That was the point of the environ.get but what
> > if someone sets TECHROOT to /dev/null. Well that will break
> > things... I tried this but no go. Can someone help me out..
> You're not really putting all this on one line are you? If so, that's a
> > import os, site; smsc = os.environ.get("TECHROOT", "/home/tech"); if
> > not os.path.isdir(smsc): smsc = "/home/tech"; site.addsitedir
> > (os.path.join(smsc, "tools/python/Linux/%arch/lib/python2.5/site-
> > packages"))
> Try it this way...
> import os, site
> smsc = os.environ.get("TECHROOT", "/home/tech")
> if not os.path.isdir(smsc):
> smsc = "/home/tech"
> site.addsitedir (os.path.join(smsc,
> > Apparently there is a problem with the if statement???
> > Thanks
No for .pth files this needs to be on a single line..
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