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I think you have deal with Mathematica application. I know 2 way for solv this problem 1) Add path to your application in variable $Path. And then load with Get AppendTo[$Path,"C:\\path\\to\\your\\application"]; <<main This code try to find init.m in your application and evaluate it. 2) Save your application in directory \$UserBaseDirectory ...

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The standard way to expose a symbol which is defined within a private context is to define a usage string outside the private context, as in BeginPackage["MyPackage"]; Symbol1 = 1; Symbol2::usage = "Symbol2 is a test symbol"; Begin["MyContext"]; Symbol2 = 2; End[]; EndPackage[]; Actually, any mention of the symbol inside the package but outside the ...

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I reported this problem to Wolfram technical support, and I have received the following response (edited for brevity). I was able to reproduce the issue you have reported. I have forwarded an incident report to our developers with the information you provided. I have tagged the question with bugs. Update This bug appears to be fixed in V10.0.1

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