The following forum message was posted by huze at http://sourceforge.net/projects/pydev/forums/forum/293649/topic/3723753:
The code is simple:
[code]from lxml import etree[/code]
The \"etree\" portion of that line is highlighted as an import error.
Based upon your recommendation, I added \"lxml\" to the Forced Builtins. Assuming simply adding \"lxml\" to the Forced Builtins would correct things, I can confirm that PyDev still detects the import as an error.
And, yes, it\'s in the PYTHONPATH. I\'m able to import that same line without any errors in a Terminal window running Python.
The following forum message was posted by at http://sourceforge.net/projects/pydev/forums/forum/293649/topic/3723753:
I had the same issue using PyDev 2.6 for Eclipse. I solved it by building lxml
from sources, then building a egg, and then copying the egg into dist-packages
folder; but I think it is not necessary to build it from sources, if you get
the egg, just add it to dist-packages folder and it should work!