[chuck-users] ChuK control via OSC

Tom Lieber lieber at princeton.edu
Tue Jan 16 18:45:31 EST 2007

On 1/16/07, altern <altern2 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Tom Lieber wrote:
> > When I try
> >
> > import osc
> > osc.init()
> >
> > from the Python console in Windows, it works. When I put it in a file
> > then run "python mine.py" it fails with the message that "init" is not
> > defined. What could the difference be?
> thats weird, did you put the osc module (the osc folder) in the right
> place? (c:\Python2.X\Lib\site-packages)
> do you trigger "python mine.py" from command line in the windows
> terminal? and the python console you mean the interactive python
> shortcut from the python menu? It could be that you have two different
> versions on python installed but this should not be a problem on windows
> as far as i remember.
> otherwise try doing
> print dir(osc)
> in both the python console and the mine.py, just after importing osc
> module before the osc.init(). The init function should be listed in the
> dictionary you get printed into the output window.
> beware that there is an OSC.py file inside the osc module. you might
> have copied only the OSC.py file and not the osc folder with all the
> files included?
> another option is that you have another module called osc and there is a
> naming conflict. Or maybe there is a folder called osc inside the folder
> where the mine.py is located? try to move the mine.py file somewhere else.

Thanks, I had an osc.py in the same directory!

> let me know if you get it working
> enrike


Tom Lieber

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