Python 3 ImportError: No module named 'ConfigParser'
You can instead use the
mysqlclient package as a drop-in replacement for MySQL-python. It is a fork of
MySQL-python with added support for Python 3.
I had luck with simply
pip install mysqlclient
in my python3.4 virtualenv after
sudo apt-get install python3-dev libmysqlclient-dev
which is obviously specific to ubuntu/debian, but I just wanted to share my success :)
In Python 3,
ConfigParser has been renamed to
configparser for PEP 8 compliance. It looks like the package you are installing does not support Python 3.
Here is a code that should work in both Python 2.x and 3.x
Obviously you will need the
six module, but it's almost impossible to write modules that work in both versions without six.
try: import configparserexcept: from six.moves import configparser