[wingide-users] sys.path differs between Wing and terminal
support at wingware.com
Mon Oct 28 08:45:58 MDT 2013
> I'm having some weird sys.path issues where the sys.path differs
> between Wing and the terminal.
> Below are the outputs of "pprint(sys.path)" on both. I've highlighted
> the differences.
> Perhaps you know where the difference originates from?
> I would like the sys.path to be the same on both.
I suspect this is the same thing as environment being different (in your
other email) -- try launching Wing from the command line with wing5.0
(or wing4.1) if that's not what you're already doing.
One exception here is that
included when you're running in Wing instead of ''. That's equivalent
as long as the os.getcwd() is
otherwise there is a subtle difference here. I'll take a look at this
again, but I think there is a reason we're doing this due to unavoidable
differences in how we launch your code and how it would get launched
from outside the debugger.
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