[wingide-users] code analysis (go to definition)

Wingware Support support at wingware.com
Wed Jun 8 13:57:47 EDT 2005


Stan Pinte wrote:
> let's say:
> 
> a.py
> b.py
> c/d.py
> c/e.py
> 
> if d.py defines "class X(Y):" and a.py defines "class Y", it won't work.

What is your python path?  If the directory containing a.py is not in 
the python path, then the a module isn't visible from d.py.  It could be 
that a.py is in the directory that the file launching the program is in; 
in that case, you need to set the main debug file for the project.

John


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