Does that help The issue was that numpy was not being included properly with this setup.py file and workflow. I fixed this by changing it to be such that the cython extension is cythonized in it's own directory with it's own setup.py file into a .c file and that file is then added as a C extension in the package's setup.py file. This also has the benefit that people installing your module don't need cython as you can distribute the generated .c file with the package. I have created this complete, but simple, example on my github here.
it should still fix some issue Relative imports can only work where the module was itself imported. Running that command in an interactive session has no parent module. Also, the current directory is implicitly search (thus treated like a package) and so import a from an interactive interpreter in that directory will have no parent module. So, to test, set PYTHONPATH to the root of your project (as a temporary measure), Then do from modules import a from another directory, such as your home directory. The a module may then do a from ..config import *, and only then.
from ..layers import Input SystemError: Parent module '' not loaded, cannot perform relative import
it fixes the issue It appears that resnet50.py is a part of the keras package and is not meant to be run as a standalone script by itself. I would recommend importing the relevant classes from the resnet50 package. For example, you could do something like:
from keras.applications.resnet50 import ResNet50
resnet = ResNet50(...)
Python: SystemError Parent module not loaded, cannot perform relative import
should help you out If you just want to run that module and not the whole Package. Do python -m maincode.bin.train which tells python to run it as a module. If you want to run the whole package then change directory into the Project: cd /path/to/project then run: python maincode and if your code is set up correctly it should run train.py.
I get SystemError: Parent module '' not loaded, cannot perform relative import Error when I run my Python Script
I wish did fix the issue. You cannot use relative imports if you run the ipmi_server directly. The reason for this is that the relative imports are used relatively to the __name__ of the current file.
python -m ipmi_management.ipmi_server
from ipmi_management.ipmi_util import ipmi_handler
with socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) as s:
conn, addr = s.accept()
print('Connected by', addr)
if addr and addr not in allowed_ip_list:
data = conn.recv(1024)
if not data:
from ipmi_management.ipmi_server import run_server
if __name__ == '__main__':
SystemError: Parent module '' not loaded, cannot perform relative import