steve at holdenweb.com
Fri Oct 5 18:03:08 CEST 2007
Steven D'Aprano wrote:
> On Fri, 05 Oct 2007 07:37:34 -0400, Steve Holden wrote:
>> Steven D'Aprano wrote:
>>> On Fri, 05 Oct 2007 00:12:33 -0500, Robert Kern wrote:
>>>> This is somewhat odd, because most modules aren't exposed that way.
>>>> They are either in their own file and accessed by importing them
>>>> directly, or they are inside a package.
>>> Any time you say:
>>> import parrot
>>> in one of your modules, you export parrot to anything that
> Well obviously you have to write the module before people import it. I
> didn't really think "you must obey the laws of time and space" needed to
> be explained.
But a module needn't be fully executed before it's imported.
>>> imports your
>>> module. (Unless you take specific steps to prevent it, for instance
>>> with del parrot.)
>> or the creation of an __all__ containing an exclusive list of names for
> __all__ only effects names imported with "from module import *", it has
> no effect on "import module".
> What was that again about avoiding "writing anything that will be
> misconstrued by newless cloobs unfortunate enough to reach this thread as
> a result of a search for meaningful information on Python imports"?
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