[scribus] problem importing python modules to script

Steve Wright stevew at etmeli.us
Tue Oct 18 15:59:17 UTC 2011


I installed a virtual Ubuntu box, updated it to the current version,
installed the Scribus 1.4.0 RC2 package, installed these Google calendar
libraries, again, and find myself in the same boat.

So now my question is, on Linux, how do I get Scribus to use libraries which
are installed on the machine beyond those that are normally there?  My
Google Calendar Python script works from the command line, but not from
Scribus.  Any ideas?

Thanks for any pointers,

On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 12:49 PM, ale rimoldi <ale.comp_06 at xox.ch> wrote:

> hi steve
> > Problem
> > is, on a Mac, I don't have a DLL or a lib that is obvious to delete.
> i don't have the solution, but at least the probable cause of your
> problem...
> the mac...
> probably scribus comes with its own version of python and it looks in
> there for modules...
> and it won't look for the modules in your system's python...
> not 100% sure about it, but you may search the mailing list archive for
> hints about it.
> ciao
> a.l.e
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