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I'm encountering a slight issue with import statements in my python macros.
I think everything in the environment variables is OK. I have added to PYTHONPATH the macro directories, and
I haven't messed with KLAYOUT_PATH which seems to be some kind of internal environment variable I'm not even sure how to access.
Anyways, I have a few .py files in the Local directory for python macro development and when I import one of the files into another
and run that:
layout = pya.Layout()
top = layout.create_cell("TOP")
l1 = layout.layer(1, 0)
top.shapes(l1).insert(pya.Box(0, 0, 1000, 2000))**
I get such an error message as below:
No module named 'moduleupdater'
In any other IDE you would not have this problem, so I am wondering if everything is properly set up and how to fix this.
Is there a special configuration for this in KLayout?