I was also able to “pip install netmiko” and connect to my switches to execute the commands I wanted to. I am really happy now! Thanks!
Here below snapshots.
I think this should be taken into account for a new release of the app?
Hi @JonB ,
I appreciate your help and I hope we will find the solution soon as I can’t wait to develop some stuff in Pythonista...
Here is the Info that I thought I already said:
- Ipad 10.5
- IOS 11.1
- Pythonista 3.0 version
I reinstalled Pythonista and then first thing I did is to download “stash”, then I ran “launch_stash.py” with version python 2.7 but still....same error.
I also tryed to run what you asked, here is the output:
I tried to change what you suggested in “shcommon.py” but it didn’t fix anything:
Hello @ccc , thans for your response.
Pythonista 3 is able to run the scripts either with « python 2 » or « python 3 », I tried both with the same result. I tryed to remove « stash » and reinstall it », « force quit » pythonista, etc... but no success.
What do you mean by copying the first line of the first script and pasting on the second one? Could you be more precise on what I need to do please? (What exactly to copy, where exactly to paste...)
I don’t really know what to do...and without pip pythonista 3 is useless for me...
Here below a screenshot with the result of the of Traceback button...maybe it helps...
I have an ipad pro 10.5 with IOS 11.1 and just downloaded pythonista 3. I want to import some libraries as netmiko with “pip install netmiko”. It appears the best way is with “stash”. So I imported stash with the script:
import requests as r; exec(r.get('http://bit.ly/get-stash').text)
However, when I try to launch “launch_stach.py” from my home directory I get an error on line 28 “from stash import stash” that says “not well-formed (invalid token). Please, check snapshot attached.
If I try to go to “site-packages” —> “stash” and then execute “stash.py” I get an error “No module named “configParser”.
Of course, I tryed to restart pythonista 3 but it didn’t fix the issue.
Could someone please help?