[wingide-users] Newbie question

Philippe C. Martin pmartin at snakecard.com
Fri Oct 13 14:31:10 MDT 2006

Wingware Support wrote:
> Philippe C. Martin wrote:
>>> Small world, Philippe -- how's it going? I'm wondering if maybe your
>>> modules aren't part of a package and they're nested in the package?
>>> It seems to me that if everything shows up in the Class list, it
>>> should show up in the module list too.
> >
>> Indeed!
> It sounds a bug in Wing -- modules in a subdirectory without an
> __init__.py do not belong to any package and won't be displayed in the
> browser if the directory is in a package.  For example if you have a
> test directory without an __init__.py (by design) underneath a package
> directory, the modules in the test directory will not show up in the
> source browser.
> The question would be whether it's better to nest them under the
> package in the browser or to show them at the toplevel.  I find that
> this list gets very long and less useful in large projects.
> Cheers,
> John


Unless I am mistaken, I do have the correct __init__.py in there.

I am potentially misunderstanding your comment though.

I'm almost sold on Wing ... help ;-)


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