Just to note, this mailing list related to pydev development (not user questions).

The proper channel for this would be creating an entry in stackoverflow.com (and adding a 'pydev' tag in the entry).

There's already a post there which may get you going: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2112715/how-do-i-fix-pydev-undefined-variable-from-import-errors

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On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 7:24 AM, xeon <xeonmailinglist@gmail.com> wrote:
I am using celery in my program to invoke remote functions using a
message queueing service (RabbitMQ).

I call my function with celery with this:
myfunc.apply_async(queue=cluster, args=(chain, cluster, )), but although
the call is correct and it works, in eclipse I get the error that
"undefined variable from import: apply_async".

This happens, because to celery methods it is just need to append celery
methods to my function, and not code them.
That is true that I didn`t define apply_async function, nor imported. I
just use it like celery docs suggests. Eclipse can`t see this.

The celery community say that it is eclipse python linter causing the
issue and they suggest to contact the pydev community regarding the matter.

How I make this error disappears in the eclipse?


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