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Import error on webserver

Hi all,

I've developed a web application using Python on my development machine at home (running Mac OS X Tiger, Python 2.4.3). The time has come to "go live" and I have copied the app's folders to my host's servers (running GNU/Linux unknown Python version).

I am using Comstar's excellent HTML tool, and the error occurs when trying to import it:

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  1. from HyperText.HTML import DIV
Causes the error: "No module named HyperText.HTML"

The Python script I'm calling it from is in a folder that contains the "HyperText" folder, and within the "HyperText" folder is the "HTML.py" script I need to import. In other words the directory structure looks like this:


I am guessing this is something to do with mod_python (as that's what my host is running). Or is it a configuration setting my host needs to change? (I don't have Python command line access on the host's server).

Can this be resolved?


Mar 2 '08 #1
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