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Andreas Jung wrote:
| --On Dienstag, 19. April 2005 11:25 Uhr +0200 Lucas Hofman | <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: | |> I have an external method a.py (in $INSTANCE_HOME/Extensions) that |> becomes to big to be in one python file. |> |> I have put some functions in b.py (also in |> $INSTANCE_HOME/Extensions) and want to use them from a.py. However |> 'import b' in a.py does not work. | | *Why* isn't it working? Errors? Tracebacks?
The file from which an ExternalMethod is instantiated is neither a script nor a module, which means that Python's import rules don't work for it.
In response to the original question: I would put the 'b.py' file somewhere on the PYTHONPATH ($INSTANCE_HOME/lib/python would be a good choice); 'import b' will then work as expected.
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