How to import only one module in a package when the package __init__.py has already imports the modules?
steve at REMOVE-THIS-cybersource.com.au
Sun Nov 1 06:43:11 CET 2009
On Sat, 31 Oct 2009 22:54:47 -0500, Peng Yu wrote:
> So python would not be able to accommodate my preference one
> class/function per file?
Of course it does! You can do that RIGHT NOW -- just put one class per
> I.e., I have to use something like 'from spam
> import spam' or 'spam.spam()',
How else do you expect to use the class if you don't import it?
> or accept that the filename is not the
> same as the class/function name.
So let me see...
You don't want to write "import spam; spam.spam()"
You don't want to write "from spam import spam; spam()"
You don't want to write "from Spam import spam; spam()"
You don't want to write "from spam import Spam; Spam()"
What exactly do you want?
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