[Tutor] newbie question
Fri, 24 Nov 2000 12:21:29 -0800 (PST)
On Fri, 24 Nov 2000, john smith smith wrote:
> Can someone explain to me how to set the python path in windows98,cause no
> one in my neck of the woods seems to be sure.I have more confidence in you
> guys anyway.Ive been following the tutorials but it seems i can't import any
> of my own modules if i don't have the path.please help.
Sure; it sounds like you'll want to set up your PYTHONPATH to point to a
directory that you have saved your modules. To do this, add a line in
C:\autoexec.bat that says something like:
That period in the beginning makes sure that the current directory is also
accessible for module imports. You can indicate several paths --- just
separate them with semicolons.
Finally, you may need to restart your computer to reload PYTHONPATH
settings: your system looks at autoexec.bat on system reboots.
Hope this helps!