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ImportError: No module named power

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Daid,

I am working with the latest Cura in git and trying to build Cura for Max OSX 10.10. Initially I was getting a serial module not found, but now I am getting power module not found. I searched through package.sh, power module is not getting explicitly copied compare to builds of other platforms. Furthermore py2app is the correct required version.

Any help here is greatly appreciated.

thanks

Mohammed

 

Mohammeds-MacBook-Air:Cura MacBookAirMHK$ Cura/Cura.app/Contents/MacOS/Cura

 

load preferences from /Users/MacBookAirMHK/Library/Application Support/Cura/14.11-RC7/preferences.ini

 

Traceback (most recent call last):

 

File "/Users/MacBookAirMHK/3DPrinting/Cura/Cura/Cura.app/Contents/Resources/__boot__.py", line 320, in <module>

 

_run()

 

File "/Users/MacBookAirMHK/3DPrinting/Cura/Cura/Cura.app/Contents/Resources/__boot__.py", line 311, in _run

 

exec(compile(source, path, 'exec'), globals(), globals())

 

File "/Users/MacBookAirMHK/3DPrinting/Cura/Cura/Cura.app/Contents/Resources/cura.py", line 89, in <module>

 

main()

 

File "/Users/MacBookAirMHK/3DPrinting/Cura/Cura/Cura.app/Contents/Resources/cura.py", line 86, in main

 

app.CuraApp(args).MainLoop()

 

File "Cura/gui/app.pyo", line 58, in __init__

 

File "Cura/gui/app.pyo", line 100, in afterSplashCallback

 

File "Cura/gui/mainWindow.pyo", line 13, in <module>

 

File "Cura/gui/preferencesDialog.pyo", line 5, in <module>

 

File "Cura/gui/configWizard.pyo", line 13, in <module>

 

File "Cura/gui/printWindow.pyo", line 4, in <module>

 

ImportError: No module named power

 

2014-11-27 14:51:45.961 Cura[28689:227191] Cura Error

 

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