[Python-ideas] Stack traces ought to flag when a module has been changed on disk
fuzzyman at gmail.com
Wed Jan 30 12:34:32 EST 2019
On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 at 16:34, Alex Walters <tritium-list at sdamon.com> wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Python-ideas <python-ideas-bounces+tritium-
> > list=sdamon.com at python.org> On Behalf Of Jonathan Fine
> > Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 6:40 AM
> > To: python-ideas <python-ideas at python.org>
> > Subject: Re: [Python-ideas] Stack traces ought to flag when a module has
> > been changed on disk
> > I think Steve's suggestion fails in this situation. Suppose wibble.py
> > contains a function fn. Now do
> > import wibble
> > fn = wibble.fn
> > # Modify and save wibble.py
> > reload(wibble)
> > fn()
> I think using reload should raise warnings, since it doesn't work, and the
> reload case shouldn't be the killer of this really good idea.
Reload isn't the issue here. Even without the reload the call to `fun()`
will no longer match the file on disk.
reload was moved to the imp module for exactly that reason.
> > I've posted a message to this effect in the original bug
> > https://bugs.python.org/msg334553
> > Please note that the original poster, after the cause has been
> > explained, is happy for the bug to be closed.
> > https://bugs.python.org/msg334551
> > Perhaps move discussion back to https://bugs.python.org/issue35857.
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