ImportError: cannot import name prompts

Asked by Duncan McGreggor on 2011-03-08

I'm trying to run bughugger from trunk. I've got quickly installed from the latest trunk and am attempting to run bughugger from the latest trunk. Quickly installed with no issues using Python 2.6.6 on Ubuntu 10.10.

When I try to run ./bin/bughugger, I get this traceback:

$ ./bin/bughugger
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "./bin/bughugger", line 21, in <module>
    from quickly import prompts
ImportError: cannot import name prompts

I have done the following, trying to track down what happened to prompts:
 * searched the filesystem under the local checkout of lp:quickly (nothing)
 * greped all the ./quickly python source files (nothing)
 * bzr log|grep -i prompt in the lp:quickly branch (nothing)
 * looked at the branches at code.launchpad.net/bughugger to see if any branch contained something like "remove prompts" (nothing)
 * looked at quickly source code on LP for the 0.x series to see if there was a module named "prompts" (nothing)

As you can see, I hit a dead end.

What happened to prompts? How is bughugger run from trunk without this?

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Solved by:
Duncan McGreggor
Solved:
2011-03-08
Last query:
2011-03-08
Last reply:
2011-03-08

This question was originally filed as bug #731011.

did you try installing quickly-widgets?
$sudo apt-get install python-quickly.widgets

That should fix you up, at least for this part.

Cheers, Rick

It's a question about getting bughugger to run from trunk, really. Should be more useful as an answered quesetion, I think.

Duncan McGreggor (oubiwann) said : #3

Thanks, Rick! That solved it :-)