__doc__ in compiled script

Gabriel Genellina gagsl-py at yahoo.com.ar
Thu Nov 2 22:16:35 CET 2006


At Thursday 2/11/2006 17:59, Fredrik Lundh wrote:

> > I have a script starting with a docstring. After compiling it with
> > compile(), is there any way I could get the docstring? __doc__ on the
> > code object doesn't work.
>  >
> > I can't use __import__ because the script has top-level statements that
> > have to be executed only once (it's not supposed to be used as a module).
>
>(or you can just look in co.co_consts[0] and hope for the best)

I'll use co.co_consts[0] and check it's a string - it may fail when 
there is no docstring and the first const referenced is a string, but 
it's good enough for me. Thanks!


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Gabriel Genellina
Softlab SRL 

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