Python Module Not Found
Ryan DeVine last edited by
So I am new to NPP and I am trying to use it as my main code editor for Python. However, I am having trouble importing numpy and seeing its auto-completion. Below is the code that I have already.
import numpy as np
After the np., I would like to see suggestions for different numpy methods. When I try to run the code there is an error on the import numpy as np line. The error is shown below.
Importing the multiarray numpy extension module failed. Most
likely you are trying to import a failed build of numpy.
If you’re working with a numpy git repo, try
git clean -xdf(removes all
files not under version control). Otherwise reinstall numpy.
Original error was: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.
Does anybody have any suggestions?
Eko palypse last edited by
the first question would be if you have numpy installed?
The second, how do you run the script? Via run menu? NppExec? PythonScript??
And autocompletion, most likely doesn’t work as expected as there is no such thing
like LSP client available yet.
Alan Kilborn last edited by
After the np., I would like to see suggestions for different numpy methods.
Unfortunately, N++ doesn’t work that way with it.
When I try to run the code there is an error on the import numpy as np line
Well, that’s not Notepad++ related so this isn’t the best place to ask it.
PeterJones last edited by PeterJones
Regarding the auto-completion: yeah, that would be awesome. Can you imagine how difficult the task would be of implementing such auto-completion for all the programming languages that Notepad++ natively supports (see the Language menu to see how many there are). From my vague knowledge of LSP (I’ve run across the term a few times, but never used an LSP-enabled system), I think that’s one of the problems that LSP addresses, but I’m not sure.
For a specific use case (for example, just Python), someone might be able to code up a plugin or automation script (*) to do it, using something like, "check the current filetype: if it’s not python, exit the script; otherwise, parse this file and all the
imported modules looking for functions and methods that it currently has access to; once that list is built, edit the AUTOCOMPLETE table to include those functions/methods; repeat ad infinitum. But that’s a pretty big task, too.
*: there’s even a PythonScript plugin, where a python2.7 dll gets loaded into Notepad++, and gives that specific instance of python access to the internals of Notepad++. That would be pretty meta, making a python auto-complete gizmo that’s written in python, running inside Notepad++, which you could use while editing your other PythonScript scripts from inside of Notepad++. 🤯
Eko palypse last edited by Eko palypse
From my vague knowledge of LSP (I’ve run across the term a few times, but never used an LSP-enabled system), I think that’s one of the problems that LSP addresses, but I’m not sure.
exactly, the goal is to have the “language” responsible to provide such information
instead of reinventing the wheel by every editor. LSP defines just the protocol how
a communication of a client and a server has to work, the editor implements
the client part whereas some other instance provides the server part.