[AstroPy] Back to Python. Precession and PhysConst code.
Wed Jan 25 06:50:49 CST 2012
Traceback (most recent call last):
line 8, in <module>
ImportError: No module named RO.PhysConst
I tried removing the RO, but then couldn't save the file.
Python 2.7.2 (default, Jun 12 2011, 14:24:46) [MSC v.1500 64 bit
(AMD64)] on win32
On 1/24/2012 8:35 PM, Alexander Wagner wrote:
> I am not familiar with any of the code, but just to make sure, does
> your python path contain the path to the RO module?
> If you post the error message and backtrace others may be able to help
> Best wishes,
> On 25/01/12 1:29 PM, Wayne Watson wrote:
>> It's been quite awhile since I used python, but I was digging around on
>> PC for something on precession, and discovered some code for it,
>> prec.py. Here are the first few lines.
>> #!/usr/bin/env python
>> P.T.Wallace Starlink 10 July 1994
>> 2002-07-08 ROwen Converted to Python.
>> 2007-04-24 ROwen Converted from Numeric to numpy (in test code).
>> import RO.PhysConst
>> from euler import *
>> It dies on RO.PhysConst when I run it. Probably a further difficulty is
>> the euler reference.
>> I have the code for RO.PhysConst.py
>> What needs to be done to successfully execute prec.py?
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