"set" is a built-in set data type in Python 2.4 and later. Twisted has a
compatibility module for older versions of Python. On my system, the
twisted/python/compat.py file (from which the code tries to import
set = set
from sets import Set as set
which simply tests to see if "set" is defined, otherwise it imports it
From the sets module, which defines a Set class in old Python versions.
Have now added this line, and I get the error....
line 447, in ProcessProtocol
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'IProcessProtocol'
Which Python version are you using (python -V)? Which distribution is
this? Twisted is a standard component which is surely packaged for the
distribution -- there should be no need to installing it yourself.
Python 2.4.3 (#1, Sep 3 2009, 15:37:37)
We have Centos as the OS, it is a managed distributed system.
- i.e. the filestore is shared and used by 150 odd machines.
So I cant just add packages etc. If I want something installed which my
path does not pick up I either have to
a) Search around to find it on the system
b) Install it myself in my own space
Clearly b usually takes less time ;-)
Also no-one in the dept seems to use python for anything, so I doubt
python related stuff is instaleld. Which means option a is unlikely
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