In the case of python, a module is a python file or a directory w/ a
On 04/20/2011 03:00 AM, Yulong Yang wrote:
> I am new to GNU radio. I am trying to write a simple block and add it to
> GRC. All steps before are fine. However, when I generate the
> top_block.py file, it says "ImportError: No module named myblock".
> The myblock is actually the name of the folder I create to put all
> necessary files of my block such as files like MakeFile.am and
> sub-folders lib, swig, etc. Can this be called a module?
python file __init__.py
Thank your for your reply.
So for example, the how-to--write-a-block folder stands for a module called "howto", right? Is the name of the module defined in the py file?
Python needs to be able to find your block: Did you install it into the
> What is a module? I see the code in how-to-write-a-block, it seems that
> it also import a module howto. Where could I find such modules or create
> one my own?
> Sorry to ask so many questions; I cannot find a clear way to study this.
> I would really appreciate any help.
> Thank you in advance.
python search path? Or set PYTHONPATH to where your block is installed?
Do your mean PYTHONPATH or just system search path?