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noob question : library versus normal python files

hello friends,
i have a python library(rdflib) that i am using in some project using
Google App Engine. I have developed everything using this on my local
machine and things work fine. But in my final deployment, i have to
use it in source code form rather than in library form. If i remove
the library and start using the source code, thing are just not
working even if i append the dir of source to the python path. any
ideas on how to use the source code for a python library rather than
using the library itself ?
i tried googling any good tutorial for python libraries but couldn't
find one. can someone share a link or something similar ?
ravinder thakur
Jun 27 '08 #1
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On 6 juin, 19:36, रवींद र *ाकुर (ravinder thakur)
<ravindertha... @gmail.comwrote :
hello friends,

i have a python library(rdflib) that i am using in some project using
Google App Engine. I have developed everything using this on my local
machine and things work fine. But in my final deployment, i have to
use it in source code form rather than in library form.
What do you mean "library form" ?
Jun 27 '08 #2

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