[Tutor] Refreshing the interpreter environment

Javier Ruere javier at ruere.com.ar
Mon Jun 20 19:40:37 CEST 2005

lawrence wang wrote:
> How do I refresh the interpreter environment without restarting it, if
> possible? For example, I'm using the interpreter to test a class I'm
> writing; importing and instantiating it reveals a typo; I go and fix
> the typo. Now, is there any way to reload the class afresh? Simply
> importing again doesn't seem to do it. Thanks in advance for your
> help.


(echo "a=1" > a.py)
>>> import a
>>> a.a
(echo "a=2" > a.py)
>>> a = reload(a)
>>> a.a

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