Can Python Module Locate Itself?
Juha.Autero at iki.fi
Wed Sep 17 08:45:05 CEST 2003
sj <_remove_jones57 at swbell.net> writes:
> I have written several small shell utilities in Python and typically use
> comments at the start of the source file as documentation. A command line
> option allows the user to read this documentation. The problem is that I
> have to explicitly code the source files location within the source which
> is not very portable. Is there anyway for a python module to locate its
> own source ?
I don't know about locating source, but does the documentation have to
be in comments? I think documentation strings exist for this purpose.
This is an example file. By using command line argument '-h' user can
print this documentation.
if sys.argv == "-h":
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