I'm trying to convert my large Python script into a package. I have the following file structure:
bin/foob # The main Python script lib/foob/__init__.py
The file lib/foob/__init__.py has one class defined:
class Node(object): def __init__(self): self.test = True
The file bin/foob has:
import foob def get_nodes(): x = foob.Node() get_nodes()
I'm running the script with:
$ PYTHONPATH=PYTHONPATH:~/foob/lib ~/foob/bin/foob
The error I get is:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/person/foob/bin/foob", line 6, in <module> x = get_nodes() File "/home/person/foob/bin/foob", line 4, in get_nodes node_obj = foob.Node() AttributeError: module 'foob' has no attribute 'Node'
This structure seems identical to another program I wrote which works just fine. What am I missing?