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I've run into the same issue - everything worked fine on Windows, with oddness on OSX.

As Igor mentions in the comment above, running sys.path in the IDA interpreter showed that although the default pythonPython interpreter for the OS (/usr/bin/python/usr/bin/python) was 2.7, IDA is using python 2.6 (seems OSX has python 2.5 through 2.75 installed, because... reasons/masochism/other).

Invoking the pippip installer with python2Python-2.6, and afterwards running pip-2.6 to install your libraries should fix the issue, although it would be nice if IDA used the system default pythonPython interpreter in this instance.

I've run into the same issue - everything worked fine on Windows, with oddness on OSX.

As Igor mentions in the comment above, running sys.path in the IDA interpreter showed that although the default python interpreter for the OS (/usr/bin/python) was 2.7, IDA is using python 2.6 (seems OSX has python 2.5 through 2.75 installed, because... reasons/masochism/other).

Invoking the pip installer with python2.6, and afterwards running pip-2.6 to install your libraries should fix the issue, although it would be nice if IDA used the system default python interpreter in this instance.

I've run into the same issue - everything worked fine on Windows, with oddness on OSX.

As Igor mentions in the comment above, running sys.path in the IDA interpreter showed that although the default Python interpreter for the OS (/usr/bin/python) was 2.7, IDA is using python 2.6 (seems OSX has python 2.5 through 2.75 installed, because... reasons/masochism/other).

Invoking the pip installer with Python-2.6, and afterwards running pip-2.6 to install your libraries should fix the issue, although it would be nice if IDA used the system default Python interpreter in this instance.

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I've run into the same issue - everything worked fine on Windows, with oddness on OSX.

As Igor mentions in the comment above, running sys.path in the IDA interpreter showed that although the default python interpreter for the OS (/usr/bin/python) was 2.7, IDA is using python 2.6 (seems OSX has python 2.5 through 2.75 installed, because... reasons/masochism/other).

Invoking the pip installer with python2.6, and afterwards running pip-2.6 to install your libraries should fix the issue, although it would be nice if IDA used the system default python interpreter in this instance.