Adam Groszer wrote:
Tuesday, May 9, 2006, 1:22:30 PM, you wrote:
JF> Python simply does not support a general robust reload, other than
What about pushing the problem then to the lower level, to Python
itself. I think all developers are fighting the same problem, so all
Python developers would benefit from the solution. As I know (that may
be wrong) not many even if any language supports that, so that would
make one big plus point on the Python side also.
As I don't have really deep knowledge of the Python interpreter
itself, I cannot imagine how weird is the idea. Maybe we should ask
Guido to have some thoughts about that.
Go for it. Perhaps this is a good time, in light of Python 3000.
In the past, Guido has said he simply didn't define Python modules
to support reload.
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