On 18-10-2016 19:14, Gipper wrote:
> On Friday, October 14, 2016 at 1:05:03 PM UTC-5, Irmen de Jong wrote:
>> On 14-10-2016 7:31, Gipper wrote:
>>> I'm trying to run a script that calls pyhop (from pyhop import pyhop).  
>>> Details here > https://docs.extrahop.com/5.0/extrahop-python-api/#metrics
>>> I've followed the directions to install and import pyhop, but no matter 
>>> what I do, I always get the following error when running a script that 
>>> calls pyhop >
>>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>>   File "Migration.py", line 1, in <module>
>>>     from pyhop import pyhop
>>> ImportError: cannot import name pyhop
>>> Any ideas where I'm going wrong?  
>> What does:
>> import pyhop
>> print(pyhop.__file__)
>> tell you?
>> -Irmen
> C:\Python27\Lib\site-packages\pyhop\__init__.pyc

Are you sure it says .pyc? That looks weird to me, usually you get a .py file 
It seems the installation of the module didn't go as it should have.
Have a look in your C:\Python27\Lib\site-packages\pyhop\ directory to get a 
clue why
there's no 'pyhop' symbol made available.  Is there a pyhop.py[c] there? Is 
there even a
readable __init__.py in there that you can study to see why there's no 'pyhop' 
symbol in



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