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Problem importing libraries installed with PIP in Eclipse

Hi Fabio,

I wish I could use the latest PyDev, unfortunately I need Aptana studio.
It's a pity they won't let us install individual packages from their
bundle. If they did, I could install only the other packages and install
PyDev separately.

Thanks for your help once again.


2014-02-17 16:07 GMT-03:00 Fabio Zadrozny <fabiofz at gmail.com>:

> On Sun, Feb 16, 2014 at 11:52 AM, Renato <rvernucio at gmail.com> wrote:
>> It's solved now, oh my god I was so stupid! I created a package named
>> "pybrain" for testing PyBrain module, so obviously when I tryed to import
>> something from PyBrain library, Python would import all modules from this
>> personal package I created. The problem was not being reproduced outside
>> Eclipse because only within Eclipse my personal workstation directory
>> (which contained the personal package "pybrain") was visible. The solution
>> was simple: I just deleted the personal package named "pybrain" and now
>> everything is working. Thank you very much for your help!
> Hi Renato,
> Nice that you got it working...
> Now, just as a heads up, that version of PyDev is quite old (the latest
> PyDev release: 3.3.3 is in many ways improved when comparing to older PyDev
> versions). I know Aptana Studio still has the older version, so, if you use
> mostly Python and you don't need the other features that Aptana Studio
> adds, it might be worth going to pure Eclipse + PyDev (or using LiClipse
> which also adds support for other languages -- besides being better
> configured out of the box, although it's a commercial counterpart of PyDev
> -- whose funds help to keep PyDev development going forward).
> Cheers,
> Fabio
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