Using VSCode v1.61.0 I have a python package, a single folder named "tfmodules" with a whole lotta modules, and in the init.py I’m doing this: from os.path import dirname, basename, isfile, join import glob modules = glob.glob(join(dirname(__file__), "*.py")) __all__ = [ basename(f)[:-3] for f in modules if isfile(f) and not f.endswith(‘__init__.py’)] In my code I ..
Error occurs during runtime, in data_module.py: ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘ontology_tagger’ Caused by line 12 in data_module.py: import ontology_tagger.tests.test_logging as tl Pylance: Import "ontology_tagger.tests.test_logging" could not be resolvedPylancereportMissingImports I suspect using $PYTHONPATH might help me, but I’m not sure how to use for my case. echo $PYTHONPATH /home/me/.ssh/workers-python/workers/ontology_tagger/ontology_tagger/ ontology_tagger$ poetry run python ontology_tagger_worker.py ontology_tagger_worker.py invokes ..
For whatever reason, Pylance has started to refuse to recognize libraries such as numpy and tcod, even though running the command "pip list" shows that I have installed them on my machine. This problem began happening two days ago, even though it was fine the day before that. The error message reads, "Import x could ..
I have big pandas DataFrame which I need to slice. I noticed that after slicing VSCode assumes NDFrame instead of DataFrame. I’m using only 2-dimensional dataframes, so having NDFrame is confusing for me. I prefer to use just DataFrame. Python code works as expected, this seems to be an issue in pylance extension. How can ..
I’m not quite sure what the purpose of reporting unnecessary isinstance is and I tend to regularly get warnings about it in my setters when I do something like: @foo.setter def foo(self, val: int): if not isinstance(val, int): raise ValueError() So here Pylance gives me the warning that "an int is always an instance of ..
I have installed python 3.9.7 64-bit in Windows 10 – I am using VSCode editor- installed flask, flask-login, flask-sqlalchemy using pip install command line. I created models.py with below commands from .import db from flask_login import UserMixin from sqlalchemy.sql import func # Defined Class note# class Note(db.Model): id = db.Column(db.Integer, primary_key=True) data = db.Column(db.String(10000)) date ..
I am getting the following error while trying to import newly installed packages from pip: Import "<package>" could not be resolved Pylance(reportMissingImports) After I restart VS code, Pylance seems to then be able to recognise the package. Is there any fix to this as it is very annoying! Source: Python..
i started programming today and i’m testing different code segments on Visual Studio Code. However, when i tried importing a "numpy", 2 errors occured. I then proceeded to check other stack-overflow posts regarding this and I tried switching the Python Interpreter, however nothing changed. I also attempted doing other suggestions, however I don’t understand how ..
import pgzrun def draw(): screen.draw.text("Hello World", topleft=(10, 10)) pgzrun.go() enter image description here Is there any way to avoid the ["screen" is not defined Pylance]? This code does succeed in execution. enter image description here Windows10 Pro 64bit Visual Studio Code 1.60.1 pygame 2.0.1 (SDL 2.0.14, Python 3.9.7) Source: Python..
This is a bit confusing, and I tried to explain it in simple English but it’s hard to follow. Instead, I have written the following toy code to illustrate the problem. This code runs fine and prints the expected output, however my linter complains on the lines shown. Is this an issue with the linter? ..