[off-topic] Re: What do perl lovers like about python?
Tara L Andrews
chrysaphi at gmail.com
Wed Aug 22 15:58:14 BST 2007
On 22 Aug 2007, at 15:41, Nigel Rantor wrote:
> Otávio Fernandes wrote:
>> In past months I learned python, its very useful, but the most
>> interesting thing in my opinion is module calling (importing) its
> In that case can you let me know how you get two seperate libraries
> to hold modules with a common root namespace?
> You can only have a single __init__.py and the first one to be
> found wins.
You re-write the import functions to have the logic you think it
should have. I actually had to do this at my last job, to make
work the same as
where the directory structure was ".../dept/subtree1/pylib/dept/
subtree1/module1" and so forth.
That said, I managed to make this work in about a day, when I hadn't
programmed anything in Python for four years (and wasn't very good at
it back then.) All that matters is that "dept.subtree.module1" has
the right pointer to the right __init__.py, in the end; you can make
it not matter were it thinks "dept/subtree/__init__.py" is.
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