Every thing on a database

zelegolas zelegolas at gmail.com
Wed Sep 2 04:16:29 CEST 2009


I guess it's may be a strange idea that I will explain:

I really like python but I have one thing that I don't like: Every
packages are defined with folder tree. To deploy an application it's
not really clean.

It's why I thought about "Is that possible to put everything that I
need for my python application under one file?"

Base on this idea: If all packages are under one file. Like this each
time an import is executing it will automatically extract packages,
library or any files from this file first and if doesn't find it from
the standard way. This file could a SQLite file for example.

I don't know if it's possible to overwrite the import behavior.
And may be what I describe is already develop by someone, if it's the
case just let me know.


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