Charles Cazabon wrote:
"at" more closely matches the apparent usage above, i.e.:
from neatTricks at "/path/to/dir" import bar
It's a little less rosy as:
import neatTricks at "/home/guido/lib/python"
In my opinion, "import foo at bar" reads too much like "import foo as bar".
just my 2 mucents, Gerrit.
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