Configuring Python Path
This guide assumes you obtained a copy of this project by cloning it from our repository.
Let your python interpreter know where to look in order to find the
psicollect module is located under
./psicollect/ in the project root directory, so we'll need to
the project root directory (e.g.
Add the line
export PYTHONPATH="<path to project>"to the end of the file
~/.bashrcusing your favorite text editor (e.g.
nano ~/.bashrcfor the nano text editor). This will ensure that your python interpreter knows where to look.
Log-out and log back in to trigger the
Startin the bottom-left
Edit the system environment variablesin the search results
- Click the
Environment Variables...button in the bottom right-hand corner of the window that pops up
New...and add the variable as either a user or system variable. Variable name will be
PYTHONPATHand value will be
<path to project>
Module not found: 'psicollect'
If you get an error that says something like
Module 'psicollect' not found!, then the python interpreter can't
find the project. Double-check that the project root directory is in the
PYTHONPATH. You should see it in
your environment variables when running
env from terminal in Linux or in the environmental variables
screen in Windows 10.