Bug with super() and reload()?
theller at python.net
Thu Jan 16 16:28:06 CET 2003
martin at v.loewis.de writes:
> Thomas Heller <theller at python.net> writes:
> > Should this be considered a bug, or is it simply a wart, and reload
> > should be avoided?
> I think reloading a module should create a new module dictionary, even
> though such a change may break existing usage of reload.
I cannot imagine what this would change with the case I described?
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