At 08:39 PM 1/30/04 -0500, Barry Warsaw wrote:
On Fri, 2004-01-30 at 20:25, Phillip J. Eby wrote:
At 08:15 PM 1/30/04 -0500, Barry Warsaw wrote:
Other than relative imports, the only other thing I occasionally miss in Python's import semantics is the fact that more than one file system space can't be mapped into one package namespace without trickery. E.g. if in "import my.package.sub1" and "import my.package.sub2", the directories sub1 and sub2 didn't have to live under a directory called my/package.
Didn't Guido write a 'pkgutil' module for this? Or am I confusing what he wrote with what you want? :)
He did! I totally spaced on that. Okay, Python packages are more close to perfect than I thought. :)
Obviously, the time machine still works in California, but now with added cross-continent spatial reloaction, allowing him to write 'pkgutil' not only some time ago, but on the opposite coast as well. :)