I download a library called trf from a site called https://github.com/aistairc/trf#readme, but even if I can download it, the module cannot be found.

C: \ Users \ ---->pip install git + https://github.com/aistairc/trf.git
Collecting git + https://github.com/aistairc/trf.git
Cloning https://github.com/aistairc/trf.git to c: \ users \ --- \ appdata \ local \ temp \ pip-req-build-a6kf5liv
Building wheels for collected packages: trf
Building wheel for trf (setup.py) ... done
Created wheel for trf: filename = trf-0.1-py3-none-any.whl size = 1899 sha256 = 64d58990c306431c67fe6b64b7d320bb9f6492f7a265918e58600d5944ab4f7f
Stored in directory: C: \ Users \ ---- \ AppData \ Local \ Temp \ pip-ephem-wheel-cache-dxf4_nip \ wheels \ c4 \ db \ 2f \ ae93417d811fae1802ecf7d57c7988c6d3a16c7070b47f350e
Successfully built trf
Installing collected packages: trf
Successfully installed trf-0.1

It looks like it was installed successfully,

import trf
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "", line 1, in
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named'trf'

Will result in an error.

What I tried

I'm not sure why I can't because setup.py exists on Github.
After downloading the file, I'm trying to download the project file again, but it's difficult and difficult.

  • Answer # 1

    As far as the description of the tool is seen, it is written in Python, but it seems that it is not supposed to be used as a library.
    Also, it seems to assume a Linux environment, so I'm not sure if it can be run on Windows.