[Pythonmac-SIG] Installed MacPython 10.3 Addons - Can't find Modules, even standard ones.

Louis Pecora pecora at anvil.nrl.navy.mil
Sun Nov 7 17:13:34 CET 2004

Nicholas Riley wrote:

>On Sun, Nov 07, 2004 at 07:25:33AM -0500, Louis Pecora wrote:
>>I upgraded to Panther a month ago and just upgraded to MacPython 10.3 
>>Addons (as per Jack Jansen's page - thanks, Jack).
>>But now my programs can't even find standard modules.  from Numeric 
>>import *  brings up the error window:  Can't find module Numeric.  Even 
>>trig functions sine and cosine generate the same type of error.  I've 
>>looked over the FAQ and can't see any answers (maybe I missed 
>>something).   I'm guessing this is a Path problem, but I'm stumped.  I 
>>have PYTHONPATH set to some of my modules (which seems to work), but not 
>>sure what to do about standard stuff.
>Numeric is not a standard module; you'll need to install it.

OK.  I thought it came with MacPython in the past.   But aren't the trig 
functions part of the standard module?



Lou Pecora

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