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migrating to packages

Hi all. I have a single file with several classes, wich i want to
separate into several packages.
The big file is named, say MYCLASES, and contains a class named
A(object), and B(A).

We have been using this MYCLASES in the
from MYCLASES import B syntax, but i cant reproduce this syntax using
packages. Im forced to write from PACKAGE.B import *, and if that means
i have to touch so many files, that would really be a problem to me.
There is (i cant find it yet) a place where i can read about that kind
of package 'migration' situation?

Because i *really* want to keep the FROM PACKAGE import B syntax.

Oct 3 '07 #1
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