[Stackless] stackless is not compatible with the third part egg
wangfeng3769 at gmail.com
Sun May 30 02:15:45 CEST 2010
thank you I will try using your method ,then I will write to you
2010/5/30 Stephen Hansen <apt.shansen at gmail.com>
> On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 10:28 AM, feng wang <wangfeng3769 at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hello Mr Adam:
>> Thank for your letter , after I tried what you wrote in your letter
>> ,i am sorry to tell you that the same Importerrors happened again ,I do
>> nor know how to overcome it. if you have an ubuntu pc . I hope a test
>> should be taken . waiting for your good news .
> The modules you mentioned (wx, BeautifulSoup) are third-party modules, not
> provided with Python default (let alone Stackless Python). If you want to
> use them, you'll have to install them separately.
> If you have Stackless installed separately from the system-installed Python
> which has those, then you'll either need to adjust your PYTHONPATH before
> running Stackless, to point it at the system-installed Python directories
> (on Ubuntu, I really don't know where apt installs pure-python modules
> directly) as its probably only going to find stuff under its own prefix
> (/opt/stackless, and such). Or you can download those libraries again and
> use Stackless to install them (i.e., /opt/stackless/bin/python setup.py
> install) into its own search path.
> As for wx... I have *no* idea if such a big C++ GUI/GTK+/etc library is
> compatible with Stackless. Pure python modules (i.e., BeautifulSoup) should
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