On Sat, Nov 19, 2011 at 20:17, Cody Bohn <codybohnh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am getting this issue when I run imdbpy2sql.py with the proper arguments
> with a mysql scheme and I can't seem to figure out the issue. I posted on
> Stack Overflow but I only managed to resolve part of the problem and this is
> what remains.

Looks like you've some serious problem with dependencies.

Can you tell us how and where you're installing IMDbPY, and what's
your environment?
It whould help to know:
1. your distribution,
2. if you're installing IMDbPY from the tar.gz, or if you're using a
    package or you're installing it using easy_install or pip.
3. are you installing it in a virtualenv?

Also, check to not have other versions of IMDbPY installed
on your system.

If you're using easy_install, please be sure to have only one
executable installed in your path.

Thanks for the report!

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