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Author Topic: Troubles setting up IDE  (Read 297 times)

Offline Devphreak

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Troubles setting up IDE
« on: August 18, 2016, 06:38:42 AM »
Since there no guides or instructions (That I've found) on how to do this, could anybody help me?

The issue is straight forward.
Whenever trying to import b3 it's unknown.  How do I point my ide  (Visual studio w/ Python tools, Python2.7 and pip) to b3 so I can develop my own plugin?

I've tried copying the b3 folder into the python lib folder. Also copying the b3.lib into pythons libs folder didn't do the trick for me. Any suggestions?

Offline Fenix

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Re: Troubles setting up IDE
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2016, 09:34:58 AM »
I have never used VisualStudio, and I suggest you to switch over PyCharm which imho is the best IDE for python applications. Once you clone the b3 repository, you create a new project and in the project structure you can specify additional libraries: there you need to point the path to the cloned b3 repository.

 


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