As mopodo points out, your choice of filename is conflicting with Python's builtin
code module. So, it finds that module earlier in the include path, but then fails because (not surprisingly) it doesn't define the name
application to be imported.
I would strongly recommend renaming the file to something you can be sure is unique, such as
bamboapp.py - this should fix your issues.
If you're really attached to the name
code.py, however, you can probably make it work by subtly changing your
wsgi.py file to this:
path = "/home/bambo/"
if not sys.path or sys.path != path:
from code import application
I should point out that with this approach any
.py files you have in this directory will hide Python builtins or system libraries, which could create serious headaches for you. You have control over which libraries you import, but you may break libraries that they import which is a lot harder to figure out.
In short, just rename to something unique - it'll make your life a lot easier.