Why am I getting these errors with the little red X. Everything works fine, but the editor shows these errors. What do I do?
Can you give an example with the errors you're having? (you can copy/paste the problems from the problems view).
It's usually some misconfiguration… have you followed the configuration steps from http://pydev.org/manual_101_root.html?
There are no problems. Everything works its just the editor that shows the errors. I have 2 other projects that are fine, the only difference is this one is configured as a django project.
But which errors are appearing (if you can put a screenshot somewhere and post a link in this forum, that'd be nice).
Here it is. Thanks for the support
Can you try just refreshing your interpreter (i.e.: go to window > preferences > pydev > interpreter - python, press 'apply' and choose the interpreter that has django configured to update).
Sorry, that did not work.
Do you have any other suggestions?
I have the same trouble with Pydev.
I installed 2 packages to develop neural networks. Both of them work just fine, but for one of them the editor does not seem to recognize the modules, so errors show up whenever I use the modules of the package and the autocompletion is not available, this is very annoying.
Any help would be great!
Maybe the pythonpath changed (in which case just the apply is not enough). Try the following:
1. Remove the interpreter.
2. Add the interpreter again (and double-check the pythonpath used).
3. Restart eclipse (this is probably not needed, but just playing safe here).
Another thing: when re-adding the interpreter, it might be worth checking if no error was added to the error log (see http://pydev.org/faq.html#how_do_i_report_a_bug for details on getting it).
This affects me as well, and I seem to be unable to add django to the PYTHONPATH such that pydev would recognize it (yes, from the python shell it does work).
Greetings! Same problem for me.
After I update the toolchain (Eclilpse/Aptanda) I met the problem.
For me it was a classic case of PEBKAC. I thought that by doing a find, xargs , chmod after pip did the job, I did actually forgot to make the dirs +x, so my user couldn't list them.
My advise would be to check the permissions.
It's working great now.