I want to run third part tool written in python on my ubuntu machine (corgy tool).
However I don't know how to add additional modules to Python path.
cat doc/download.rst There is currently no setup.py, so you need to manually add the download directory to your PYTHON_PATH environment variable.
How can I add directory to PYTHON_PATH?
I have tried:
export PYTHON_PATH=/home/user/directory:$PYTHON_PATH && source .bashrc
export PATH=/home/user/directory:$PATH && source .bashrc
But when I try to run this tool I get:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "examples/dotbracket_to_bulge_graph.py", line 4, in <module> import corgy.graph.bulge_graph as cgb ImportError: No module named corgy.graph.bulge_graph
.bash_profile in your home directory. Then, add the line
PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:new_dir EXPORT $PYTHONPATH
Or even better:
if [ -d "new_dir" ] ; then PYTHONPATH="$PYTHONPATH:new_dir" fi EXPORT $PYTHONPATH
.bash_profile properties are loaded every time you log in.
source command is useful if you don't want to log in again.