How can I use my modules here?

Diez B. Roggisch deets at nospam.web.de
Fri Sep 11 17:44:02 CEST 2009


Chris Rebert wrote:

> On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 2:24 AM, Kermit Mei <kermit.mei at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello community!
>>
>> I write a modules for testing, and my code is like this(under Linux):
>>
>>
>> $ tree
>> .
>> |-- MyTestModules
>> | |-- Test1.py
>> | |-- Test2.py
>> | `-- __init__.py
>> `-- main.py
>>
>> 1 directory, 4 files
>>
>> $ find . -name '*.py' -print0|xargs -0 cat
>>
>> ############ main.py Begin ##############
>> #!/usr/bin/env python
>>
>> from MyTestModules import Test1,Test2
>>
>> t1 = Test1()
>> t2 = Test2()
>>
>> print t1.first()
>> print t2.first()
>> ############ main.py  End ###############
>>
>> #############Test1.py Begin ##########
>> #!/usr/bin/env python
>>
>> class Test1:
>> def first(self):
>> return self.arg1
>>
>> #############Test1.py End ############
>>
>> #############Test1.py Begin ##########
>> #!/usr/bin/env python
>>
>> class Test2:
>> def first(self):
>> return self.arg1
>>
>> #############Test1.py End ############
>>
>> ###### __init__.py Begin ############
>> #!/usr/bin/env python
>>
>> ###### __init__.py End ############
>>
>>
>> When I run the main.py, the following error takes:
>>
>> $ ./main.py
>> from: can't read /var/mail/MyTestModules
>> ./main.py: line 7: syntax error near unexpected token `('
>> ./main.py: line 7: `t1 = Test1()'
> 
> For some reason, your Python program is being executed by bash as if
> it were a shell script, which it's not.
> No idea what the cause is though.

The first comment line must go - it must be the shebang instead.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shebang_(Unix)


Diez




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