Package name with '.' in them: Python Bug ?
stewart at midwinter.ca
Fri Mar 19 22:07:49 CET 2004
Yannick Patois <patois at calvix.org> wrote in message news:<c3f1ac$n29$1 at sunnews.cern.ch>...
> If now I just *rename* file B to B.1, without any change in the code
> (except name='B' become name='B.1' in aTest.py), content of B.1.py file
> being exacty the same as content of B.py, I get:
> Any idea ? Is it well a bug ? Some feature I didnt understood ? I read
> about submodule naminig using dots as separator, but I cant relate it
> towhat I saw here.
J'ose offrir une réponse....
I work with submodules. They're in some folder, which has subfolders
(call them fbm, uti, and a few others). If I place an empty file in
my root folder called __init__.py, I can refer to modules in the
subfolders by a dot notation. For example, if I have a file
process.py in subfolder fbm, I can say:
I speculate that when you renamed B to B.1, Python interpreted your
intent to import a module called 1 in subfolder B.
J'espère que cela aide un peu!
More information about the Python-list