python import error, what's wrong?
ulrich.eckhardt at dominolaser.com
Wed Aug 3 03:14:59 EDT 2011
smith jack wrote:
> I am using pydev plugin in eclipse, all things works just as well
> but now i have confronted with a confusing problem, that is i can
> import a module write by myself successfully, but when i try to run
> this program,
> error just shows up, what's wrong?
> the directory structure is as follows:
Python uses a dot as separator between different parts of nested structures,
like e.g. the directories during import. I guess your directory naming
conflicts with that. Try this structure instead:
> contents of A seems like:
> class A
> contents of B seems like: // I try to run B.py,
> python import error just appears, why?
"just appears" is not a sufficient discription of an error. I'd suggest
reading Eric S. Raymond's excellent essay on "Asking Smart Questions", it
will avoid such mistakes.
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