importing fully qualified scripts to check syntax
horos11 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 7 22:29:28 CEST 2009
I'm trying to make a syntax checker, where I say:
python -c "import /path/to/script"
to check the syntax of the script named '/path/to/script' (note: no py
extension needed). Of course this doesn't work because the
functionality for import is bundled up with the environment..
So - is there any simple, generic way in python to import a python
file without worrying about naming convention or environment? Sort of
like require in perl?
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