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module console

P: n/a
Can I get the console to behave like it's in a module?

So far I have inspect.getsource() working by setting the filename and
linenumbers of the return from compiler.parse(). I'm looking too. -me

May 6 '07 #1
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On May 5, 7:29 pm, castiro...@gmail.com wrote:
Can I get the console to behave like it's in a module?

So far I have inspect.getsource() working by setting the filename and
linenumbers of the return from compiler.parse(). I'm looking too. -me
This at least gets a instance loaded; we'll see.
import imp
m=imp.new_module('aname')
class A: pass

m.A=A

from pickle import *
m.A.__module__='aname'
import sys
sys.modules['aname']=m
a=m.A()
loads(dumps(a))
#fb: <aname.A instance at 0x00B4F148>

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