"Gordon McMillan" email@example.com writes:
In the context of python-dev, iu is, I think, useful because it (a) emulates nearly exactly Python's import rules and (b) it does so in a nicely OO framework with some interesting facilities. In other words, as a model of what some future revamp of c import might be.
Would it be possible to rewrite the import.c code as a new-style claass/type and then allow inheriting from it in Python? This might allow you to slightly overcome the "having to do it all" problem.
Or maybe I'm just being silly.
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