« on: February 14, 2017, 10:44:11 AM »
Apologies, I hadn't realised you were using Canopy.
Have you copied pyxll.xll in the same place the original pyxll.xll was installed? If so, there should be a file named 'pyxll-startup.py' in the same folder, and that's what should be setting up the python path when pyxll starts (it's specific to Canopy). That gets added as part of the Canopy packaging, it's not included in the standalone pyxll download.
Alternatively, another way to get it to work is to start a new canopy python prompt and do:
for x in sys.path:
and copy that list of paths to your config (and indent them), ie.:
all paths from sys.path, printed above
usual python path stuff
I know that's not ideal, but it might get it working again... I'll check the pyxll-startup.py Canopy file from 3.1 should work with 3.2, but that will also be checked as part of the Canopy packaging before the proper 3.2 release (which we don't do for beta releases).