[PythonCE] Can't Get My Import Module Command to Work Properly
mdoukidis at gmail.com
Wed May 17 03:15:11 CEST 2006
Try using "sitecustomize.py". This is the setup I used for Python2.3:
# sitecustomize.py to be placed in python library directory.
if os.name == 'ce':
Hope this is useful.
On 5/17/06, Bandung <bandung at skyesystems.com> wrote:
> Using the PythonCE interactive window, I am trying to shortcut having to type
> in a sys.path.append() command every time I want to run a python script that
> is not in the standard path. So I created a module called paths.py with
> several sys.path.append commands in it.
> When I import this module into the interpreter, the interpreter appears to
> accept it with no errors. However, I can't run any python scripts that are
> within the new paths that my append() commands define.
> If I fire up a python shell interpretor and type these two commands - the
> sys.path.append() command and then type another command line like ... from
> "new_module" import * this works. But if I put them in a module called
> "paths" and import that module into my interpreter session, it doesn't work.
> (1. This doesn't work)
> >>>import paths
> The paths.py file is sitting in the Python24\Lib directory and contains the
> # append this path to system path
> import sys
> sys.path.append("\My Documents\Personal")
> from calctaxes import *
> No such module "calctaxes" error results.
> The use of any functions within calctaxes fails even though the file
> calctaxes.py sits in the directory \My Documents\Personal
> (2. But this works if I type the following into the interpreter...
> >>>import sys
> >>>sys.path.append("\My Documents\Personal")
> >>>from calctaxes import *
> Then all of my functions within calctaxes work from the interpreter.
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