[Tutor] identifying the calling module/function

tetsuo2k6 at web.de tetsuo2k6 at web.de
Fri Mar 7 15:04:19 CET 2008

Kent Johnson schrieb:
> tetsuo2k6 at web.de wrote:
>> Hello Tutor!
>> I am building a couple of scripts to manage a database for our 
>> company. The projects name is 'dgf'. As a lot of the functionality is 
>> used in more than one of these scripts, I moved this functionality to 
>> a module (dgf.py). It has several functions now.
>> Question: Is there an easy way to determine inside dgf.py where the 
>> function call came from?
> Why do you need to do this? It sounds like a design change is needed. 
> Anyway the answer to your question is yes. This recipe should point you 
> in the right direction:
> http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/66062
> Kent

First, thanks for the link. I want this functionality mainly because it 
seems like a quick way to accomplish my goals for the project (I'm in a 
hurry to get this finished). As I advance more in Python, a design 
change might happen :)

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