On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 11:14 PM, Brian Abelson
<br...@harmony-institute.org> wrote:
> 4. Downloaded the stable version of IMDbPY  - 4.8.2

If possible, use the development version:

> "Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "bin/imdbpy2sql.py", line 34, in <module>
>     from imdb.parser.sql.dbschema import *
> ImportError: No module named imdb.parser.sql.dbschema"

You can't use the downloaded file without installing them.
You can try to run, from the main directory of the IMDbPY
package, this:
  python setup.py install

it should take care of all the dependencies, provided that you
have a working environment to compile the needed libraries
and/or that they are pre-packaged for MacOS X (I don't know,
since I don't use it).

Basically, the point is:
- try to install it (it will try to fetch some dependencies and
compile some modules)
- if some dependency fails, try to satisfy it manually.
- if there's no way and/or the compile step stops you, see the options shown
  by the setup.py file to exclude some pieces of IMDbPY.

It would be cool to have an auto-installer for Mac OS X or at least
the steps to follow to manage the installation of python modules;
is anyone out there expert on the subject? :-)


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