OK, new to python, but...
On windows, downloaded pygame, installed it, downloaded ocempGUI from
source and ran the python setup.py intall
all good I think, but when I try and run the hello world exampel I get :
ImportError: No Module named Numeric which is in
Message File Name Line Position
<module> <module1> 14
<module> C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\ocempgui\__init__.py 40
<module> C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\ocempgui\ocempgui\__init__.py 41
<module> C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\ocempgui\draw\__init__.py 37
<module> C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\ocempgui\draw\Complex.py 29
ImportError: No module named Numeric
Numeric seems to be a depreciated lib, Numpy being its replacement, have I
used a very old version of ocempGUI or am I doing something else wrong?
On, Mon Apr 08, 2013, Lindon Parker wrote:
> OK, new to python, but...
> On windows, downloaded pygame, installed it, downloaded ocempGUI from
> source and ran the python setup.py intall
> all good I think, but when I try and run the hello world exampel I get :
> ImportError: No Module named Numeric which is in
This is due to pygame trying to use Numeric in the first place. You will
need to configure pygame.surfarray to use numpy instead of Numeric (and
have numpy installed of course), before initializing/importing OcempGUI:
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