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6 years, 5 months ago.
mbed-cli - ImportError: No module named prettytable
I have tried to follow different links that are similar to this problem and as far as I have understood then mbed-cli should take care of the different missing python libraries.
The output of the import:
MacBook-Pro demo-72-import-cli $ mbed import http://mbed.org/teams/Semtech/code/LoRaWAN-demo-72/ [mbed] Importing program "LoRaWAN-demo-72" from "https://mbed.org/teams/Semtech/code/LoRaWAN-demo-72" at latest revision in the current branch [mbed] Adding library "mbed" from "http://mbed.org/users/mbed_official/code/mbed/builds" at rev #6c34061e7c34 [mbed] Downloading library build "6c34061e7c34" (might take a minute) [mbed] Unpacking library build "6c34061e7c34" in "/Users/svenkautlenbach/Documents/LoRaWAN-demo-72/mbed" [mbed] Adding library "mac/LoRaWAN-lib" from "https://developer.mbed.org/teams/Semtech/code/LoRaWAN-lib" at rev #c16969e0f70f [mbed] Adding library "radio/SX1272Lib" from "https://developer.mbed.org/teams/Semtech/code/SX1272Lib" at rev #e90cbf646eb1 [mbed] Couldn't find build tools in your program. Downloading the mbed 2.0 SDK tools... [mbed] Auto-installing missing Python modules...
When compiling I get the error:
MacBook-Pro LoRaWAN-demo-72 (master) $ mbed compile -m TARGET_NRF51_DK -t TOOLCHAIN_GCC_ARM [mbed] Auto-installing missing Python modules... Traceback (most recent call last): File "/Users/svenkautlenbach/Documents/LoRaWAN-demo-72/.temp/tools/make.py", line 43, in <module> from tools.options import get_default_options_parser File "/Users/svenkautlenbach/Documents/LoRaWAN-demo-72/.temp/tools/options.py", line 18, in <module> from tools.toolchains import TOOLCHAINS File "/Users/svenkautlenbach/Documents/LoRaWAN-demo-72/.temp/tools/toolchains/__init__.py", line 35, in <module> from tools.memap import MemapParser File "/Users/svenkautlenbach/Documents/LoRaWAN-demo-72/.temp/tools/memap.py", line 11, in <module> from prettytable import PrettyTable ImportError: No module named prettytable [mbed] ERROR: "python" returned error code 1. [mbed] ERROR: Command "python -u /Users/svenkautlenbach/Documents/LoRaWAN-demo-72/.temp/tools/make.py -t TOOLCHAIN_GCC_ARM -m TARGET_NRF51_DK --source . --build ./BUILD/TARGET_NRF51_DK/TOOLCHAIN_GCC_ARM" in "/Users/svenkautlenbach/Documents/LoRaWAN-demo-72" ---
I also checked the pip:
MacBook-Pro LoRaWAN-demo-72 (master) $ pip install prettytable Requirement already satisfied: prettytable in /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages
Python version is 2.7.10 installed with homebrew. mbed-cli installed by an install script from a official Github repo.
6 years, 5 months ago.
Hi Sven, I had similar issues when I started to use mbed-cli as well. If I remember correctly it was because OSX's python was still in the path.
Thank you for your lead. As to this date, I do not know which mechanisms exactly the pip and python as they are installed on my machine do use. I did figure out that when entering python command line mode, the "import prettytable" indeed failed. I used sudo python -m pip install ... in order to install all the missing pieces.posted by 19 Dec 2016