Package organization: where to put 'common' modules?

Kent Johnson kent at
Mon Mar 6 02:59:36 CET 2006

Paul Boddie wrote:
> Yes, Python does this - it puts the directory of (B in this
> case) in sys.path, but not the directory in which you're sitting when
> you run the program from the shell (A in this case).

This seems to be OS dependent. If I put 'print sys.path' at the start of (which does most of the setup of sys.path), one element of the 
path is an empty string. This is expanded by
main() -> removeduppaths() -> makepath() -> os.path.abspath()
to the current working dir.

This is Python 2.4.2 on Win2K.


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