I'm trying to adapt someone's code for my (Windows 7) purposes. His is unfortunately UNIX specific. He does
dir_ = pathlib.PosixPath(str(somePathVariable))os.chdir(str(dir_))for pth in dir_: # some operations here
Running this, I got (not surprisingly)
NotImplementedError: cannot instantiate 'PosixPath' on your system
I looked into the documentation for
pathlib and thought yeah, I should just be able to change
Path and I would be fine. Well, then
dir_ generates a
WindowsPath object. So far, so good. However, I get
TypeError: 'WindowsPath' object is not iterable
pathlib is at version 1.0, what am I missing? The purpose is to iterate through files in the specific directory. Googling this second error gave 0 hits.
Remark: Could not use
pathlib as a tag, hence I put it into the title.
I have Python 2.7.3 and pathlib 1.0