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I've just installed the feedparser module using the easy_install, under the user account myrio2010. However, my Django application throws an error saying: "ImportError raised loading web.templatetags.sidebar: No module named feedparser"

What do I need to do to make sure that the module is installed so that my Django app can import it? Thanks! :)

asked 18 Mar '11, 06:24

Berislav Lopac
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Just make sure you installed feedparser for the correct PYthon version. E.g. if your Django application is installed with Python 2.6, you should actually run "easy_install-2.6" to install the module to the correct Python interpreter.

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answered 18 Mar '11, 06:29

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