How to install local module other than in "site-packages"?
Diez B. Roggisch
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Mon Jan 18 01:39:25 CET 2010
Am 18.01.10 01:33, schrieb Jive Dadson:
> Diez B. Roggisch wrote:
>> Am 18.01.10 01:07, schrieb Jive Dadson:
>>> (My apologies if this question shows up twice. I posted it quite a
>>> while ago, and it's yet to show up.)
>>> This is no doubt a beginner's question, but I've searched for the answer
>>> for quite a while, to no avail. I'm running Python 2.6 under Windows XP.
>>> How do I install a module that I wrote, without putting it in the
>>> site-packages directory for a specific release? I have stuff that, to
>>> the best of my knowledge and belief, ought to work under any release. I
>>> do not want to have multiple copies of it. When I edit one of the
>>> modules, I want it to "take" for every release. Is that clear? Hope so.
>> Setting the PYTHONPATH environment variable should work.
> I was trying that just now. So far, no joy. Can you type up a DUMMIES
> There was no environment variable PYTHONPATH. I added one to my "User
> Variables." It's still not finding anything. And yes, I closed and
> re-opened my Python shell before I tested it.
Did "echo %PYTHONPATH%" yield anything? Or is it part of
>>> import sys
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