[PyQt] ImportError: No module named 'time'
jakobsg at gmail.com
Thu Mar 10 07:09:11 GMT 2016
Thanks for the response Andrea. I'm sorry I didn't realize before now that
I only reported an ImportError and not the details about it:
ImportError: No module named 'time'
So no there is no time.py or time.pyc file anywhere in the project or in
the resulting build.
On Wed, Mar 9, 2016 at 2:28 PM, Andrea Griffini <agriff at tin.it> wrote:
> May be you've a "time.py" or "time.pyc" file in the current directory?
> On Wed, Mar 9, 2016 at 1:02 PM, Jakob Simon-Gaarde <jakobsg at gmail.com>
>> Is there anybody else who has experienced this problem?
>> On Mon, Mar 7, 2016 at 2:41 PM, Jakob Simon-Gaarde <jakobsg at gmail.com>
>>> I can see that soneone else reported something similar some time ago:
>>> But I didn't get further to solving my problem by reading that thread.
>>> I have build Python statically in accordance to the guide:
>>> I can import PyQt5 modules and bring up UI-stuff, but if I make a simple
>>> "import time", ImportError is raised.
>>> I have run the nm command on my libpython3.5.a to see if there is a time
>>> symbol anywhere, but that is not the case:
>>> nm libpython3.5.a | grep -i time
>>> Shouldn't it be referenced somewhere as a symbol. I'm guessing time
>>> should be a built-in module.
>>> Med venlig hilsen / Best regards
>>> Jakob Simon-Gaarde
>> Med venlig hilsen / Best regards
>> Jakob Simon-Gaarde
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Med venlig hilsen / Best regards
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