[Python-ideas] TypeError: 'module' object is not callable
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Fri Feb 20 18:35:00 CET 2009
Ralf W. Grosse-Kunstleve wrote:
> I see there have been discussion about module __call__ about three years ago:
> Is there an existing pronouncement on this subject?
> __call__ would help avoiding strange things like from StringIO import StringIO
> or having to come up with silly names like run, driver, manager, etc.
> Ideally, __call__ could be either a function or class.
> I imagine, nothing special, except that a module object looks for __call__ instead
> of producing a type error.
It's technically not possible without jumping through several loops.
Magic methods are looked up on the class. Modules are instances of the
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