Join Bruce Van Horn for an in-depth discussion in this video Fixing the missing library, part of Learning Python with PyCharm.
- [Instructor] So we've hit an unanticipated snag…in our run, we've got this error stating that…it couldn't find a requested library.…And that is, in fact, what's wrong…so I'm going to close out of my debug session.…I'll click Stop.…And I'm going to go back over to…my URL utilities code and let's scroll down…and this was my clue right here,…this html5lib reference.…And that matches what's in here.…So what it's telling me is I've passed in a request…for a library that doesn't exist.…
So this isn't a coding problem,…this is more of a configuration problem.…We can solve this by simply adding the html5lib library.…Let's go over to File.…And go into Settings.…And we're headed back towards that UI…that I showed you earlier that allows you…to install libraries, along the lines…of what you'd use Pip for, or Easy Install.…So what I'll do to add the library is…I'll click the plus sign and I'll search for html5lib.…I'll select Install Package.…
And I can see that html5lib was installed successfully.…I'll close out of this and I will…
AuthorBruce Van Horn
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