Cannot find reference 'bluetoothctl' in 'sh.py' less... (Ctrl+F1)
Have you tried it with npm?
On Thu, 15 Nov 2018, 15:10 dieter <dieter at handshake.de wrote:
> srinivasan <srinivasan.rns at gmail.com> writes:
> > As am newbie to python, I am planning to automate BT functionality test
> > using Bluez "bluetoothctl" utility by writing python wrapper and robot
> > framework integrated with Jenkins
> > ...
> > *$ pip3 install bluetoothctl*
> > *Collecting bluetoothctl*
> > * Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement bluetoothctl
> > (from versions: )*
> > *No matching distribution found for bluetoothctl*
> "pip[*]" is a tool to install Python packages -- typically from
> the Python package index (-->"https://pypi.org").
> The error message above indicates that "bluetoothctl" is not
> managed by this package index.
> I assume that it is not a Python package at all (but rather some
> command line utility in some operating system package). At least
> on my Ubuntu 18.04, "bluetoothctl" is an operating system utility.
> *from sh import bluetoothctl*
> *mac = "your bluetooth mac"*
> *bluetoothctl("connect", mac)*
> > In the pycharm, I see the below error message :
> > *Cannot find reference 'bluetoothctl' in 'sh.py' less... (Ctrl+F1) *
> > *Inspection info: This inspection detects names that should resolve but
> > don't. Due to dynamic dispatch and duck typing, this is possible in a
> > limited but useful number of cases. Top-level and class-level items are
> > supported better than instance items.*
> > Could you please help me to resolve the above issue, like why am I seeing
> > the above issue it seems to be some importing "bluetoothhctl" module
> > (sorry if my understanding is wrong)
> I do not know the "sh" package. It might be a utility
> that turns a command line utility into a Python callable --
> implicitely on "import" of the corresponding name.
> If this is the case, it may confuse "PyCharm" (which does not
> expect such dynamism). You could then safely ignore this confusion.
> Try to execute your code. Should you get an exception
> (e.g. an `ImportError: cannot import "bluetoothctl" from module "sh"`),
> then come back.