On 2014-08-23 11:12, Kagamin wrote:
If some thing is used in entire foo.bar package, then it's foo.bar's internal, not foo.bar.subpkg's internal. I think, it's natural when the wider the thing is used, the higher in hierarchy it sits.
A symbol declared "package" can only be accessed within its own package. It cannot be accessed from sub packages or super packages.
-- /Jacob Carlborg