|How do I import an external module when a local module masks a standard library module imported by the external module?|
| by teabagbrewster in Programming Languages|
I have a local module named
tokenize.py, masks a standard
library module of the same name. I only discovered this when I tried to
import an external module (sklearn.linear_model), which in turn does
import tokenize and expects to get the standard library
module, but gets my local module instead.
This is related to
How to access a standard-library module in
|how to change a variable from a module inside a module in a module… (confused)|
| by Murali Ravipudi in Programming Languages|
I have a variable in my main module which is changed using another
module, but I want to change the variable from my main module through
another module. I'm new to programmering, so I actually don't really know
how to explain this stuff - sorry if I'm asking a stupid question.
The program's hierarchy looks a bit like this:
|Access functions of a module from another module which itself imports the first module|
| by DefDC in Web Design|
Sorry for the confusing title, I tried to fit as much of the problem in
I have a module(say
ModuleA) which contains class definitions of some Tkinter GUI
These elements also have certain events/functions
bound/binded with them(such as
there's another modu
|Drupal's Event module with View module - how to change color of past events?|
| by FuzzyHornet in Web Design|
i'm using event module, with event_views module.
possible to change color of past events? or events in the future?
i know that will be some extra programing, but i don't know what and
tnx in adv on suggestions!
|Change module __version__ and save the module source file with updated version afterwards|
| by ronansprake in Programming Languages|
In all of my Python module files I put the module version with
Now if I release my Python library, I
want to increase this module version inside all Python module files
I know that I can access the version of a
module for reading like this:
__version__ = "0.0.1"
|Drupal, conflict between Taxonomy Translation (part of i17 module) and super-select module?|
| by ArdentRogue in Web Design|
I've enabled internazionalization for my Taxonomy vocabulary, and I've
noticed that I've lost the changes made by Taxonomy super-select module
wondering if there is a conflict between the 2 modules.
Yes there is, and they suggest to apply this patch to change the module
|Python and Eclipse: How to use interactive console after running a module, with the module variables and functions|
| by HtW in Programming Languages|
Let's consider 3 situations:
1) I write a pyhon module in
Eclipse (pydev) and run it Ctrl-F11. The module runs and I don't have any
control or access (AFAIK) to the module variables and functions.
2) I have defined a python interpreter as an external tool in Eclipse,
so I can run it within Eclipse. It works fine, but it does not have tab
3) I ope
|Netbeans module developpement: How to benefit the freemarker engin without using a file template module?|
| by taviso in Programming Languages|
I created a "custom wizard" module in Netbeans 7.2 and I want to
generate a couple of files using freemarker engine.
I m not
using a "file type wizard" (as I dont want the "template" to appear in "New
I tried using @templateRegistration annotation on
the wizard action class but cant get the template file.
there a way to get for exemple a cust
|Enabling Gmagick PHP module causes ImageMagick (Imagick) module to report 0 supported formats|
| by dcutting in PHP|
I'm trying to get both imagick and gmagick extensions enabled on the
same machine (ubuntu 12.04 - though same problem in older versions).
I have a working ImageMagick/Imagick installation - with 206
supported formats...up until the moment I enable the gmagick module - then
it reports that 0 are supported. I was able to isolate the problem thanks
to this response: http://stackoverfl
|Is there a tool for extracting all variable, module, and function names from a Perl module file?|
| by dlock13 in Programming Languages|
My apologies if this is a duplicate; I may not know the proper terms to
I am tasked with analyzing a Perl module file (.pm)
that is a fragment of a larger application. Is there a tool, app, or script
that will simply go through the code and pull out all the variable names,
module names, and function calls? Even better would be something that would
identify whether it was