import in code

Cameron Simpson cs at cskk.id.au
Sun Jul 22 00:49:02 EDT 2018


On 22Jul2018 14:45, Cameron Simpson <cs at cskk.id.au> wrote:
>Circular imports: 2 codependent modules. If you have:
>
> module A:
>   import B
>
> module B:
>   import B
>
>That won't work: the second import (whichever it turns out to be) will 
>fail.  One workaround is to make one of the modules put off the 
>import. A better approach is usually to redesign things so that they 
>don't do a mutual import (move classses etc around, or merge them). 
>This is always feasible, but often is.

That should be "This _isn't_ always feasible, but often is".

Sorry,
Cameron Simpson <cs at cskk.id.au>


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