unused import statement ... is wrong?
Sometimes PyCharm 3.0.1 marks an import statement (like 'import os') as unused, but if I comment it out, the program doesn't run, saying 'NameError: name 'os' is not defined'.
What might be happening?
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Please, specify the case of using import.
Also you can suppress inspection: use "Alt+Enter" and go to Optimize import -> suppress for statement (take a look at web-help
Ok, I've narrowed it down; it's something to do with a namespace collision, but it really shouldn't have this problem anyway, I think.
It's very common to do "from pylab import *" – I know that's Bad, but the thing is, this has never caused issues until PyCharm 3.0.1 for me. (And
claims that this is the CORRECT way to import pylab.)
Here's a minimal program that shows the problem:
from pylab import *
For that code, pycharm claims that "import os" is unused, but if you comment it out, os is not defined.
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