I have four different files named:
physics.py. I will not post all the code, just the imports, because I think that’s where the error is (If you want, I can post more).
import time from entity import Ent from vector import Vect #the rest just creates an entity and prints the result of movement
from vector import Vect from physics import Physics class Ent: #holds vector information and id def tick(self, dt): #this is where physics changes the velocity and position vectors
from math import * class Vect: #holds i, j, k, and does vector math
from entity import Ent class Physics: #physics class gets an entity and does physics calculations on it.
I then run from
main.py and I get the following error:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "main.py", line 2, in <module> from entity import Ent File ".../entity.py", line 5, in <module> from physics import Physics File ".../physics.py", line 2, in <module> from entity import Ent ImportError: cannot import name Ent
I’m guessing that the error is due to importing entity twice, once in
main.py, and later in
physics.py, but I don’t know a workaround. Can anyone help?