How to create a script that list itself ?
grante at visi.com
Mon Jan 9 20:01:30 CET 2006
On 2006-01-09, Patrick Allaire <pallaire at gmail.com> wrote:
> How to create a script that list itself ?
This is probably about as close as you're going to get:
And that isn't 100% reliable.
> I would like to know, where is the script's code is stored once we
> start it.
It isn't. At least none of the implimentations I know of have
the script's source code in memory. The PVM or JVM bytecodes
to which the program has been compiled are in memory somewhere,
and there _may_ be some trick you can use to get at those.
> I know I can achieve that, using files :
> print file('myscript.py','rb').read()
> But is there a way / a variable that contains the current file in
> memory ?
I don't believe so.
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