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mohd874

"NameError: global name 'time' is not defined" and a solution

Reported by mohd874 | November 7th, 2010 @ 05:38 AM

Please include as much relevant information as possible including the exact framework version you're using and a code snippet that reproduces the problem.

OS: Windows XP
Framework version: 1.1
Reproduction steps: try 'netbeansify' a project

Details:
I got an error while trying to "netbeansify" my application. I am
running on Windows XP with Play 1.1.

$ play netbeansify myApp ~ _ _ ~ _ | | _ _ | | ~ | ' \| |/ ' | || || ~ | /||_|_ () ~ |_| |__/ ~ ~ play! 1.1, http://www.playframework.org ~ Traceback (most recent call last):
File "D:\Play!Framework\play-1.1\play", line 111, in

cmdloader.commands[play_command].execute(command=play_command,

app=play_app, args=remaining_args, env=play_env, cmdloader=cmdloader)
File "d:\Play!Framework\play-1.1\framework\pym\play\commands \netbeans.py", line 28, in execute

time.sleep(1)

NameError: global name 'time' is not defined

I googled the problem and end up in python forum where they suggested
to replace "time.sleep(1)" with "sleep(1)". I went to netbeans.py and
did the change. solution worked.

Erwan Loisant said that the 'time' import was missing and this is windows problem only.

you can follow the google post on the link below

http://groups.google.com/group/play-framework/browse_thread/thread/...

Hope this was helpful

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