__builtins__ in bpython

alex23 wuwei23 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 6 12:01:15 CET 2013


On Jan 6, 6:35 am, chaouche yacine <yacinechaou... at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi. In the standard pytohon interpreter and in ipython, __builtins__ is a module, but in bpython it's a dictionnary. Was it redefined ?

I'd say it's a result of however bpython works and this:

"By default, when in the __main__ module, __builtins__ is the built-in
module builtins; when in any other module, __builtins__ is an alias
for the dictionary of the builtins module itself. __builtins__ can be
set to a user-created dictionary to create a weak form of restricted
execution."

http://docs.python.org/3/reference/executionmodel.html#naming-and-binding

This is a guess, I've never used bpython, being really quite happy
with iPython. Your best bet would be to ask the bpython dev or log an
issue on its repository:

https://bitbucket.org/bobf/bpython/issues



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