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Author pitrou
Recipients alex, brett.cannon, eric.araujo, eric.snow, pitrou, r.david.murray, vstinner
Date 2014-03-14.13:16:40
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> Antoine: down that path lies Microsoft's "An error has occurred" error
> messages.  The point of the extra information is not to inform the end
> user, it is to make it possible for an expert to solve the problem,
> and for it to be findable in a web search.

I don't know how that's related. Here the error is trying to import from
a package while the module isn't a package. The solution is either to
change the import to something else, or to turn the non-package into a
package. None of these involve doing anything explicitly with __path__,
so the original error is a distraction.
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2014-03-14 13:16:41pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, brett.cannon, vstinner, eric.araujo, alex, r.david.murray, eric.snow
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