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localimport 1.5.2

Isolated import of Python Modules

– Isolated import of Python modules

Features

  • emulates a partly isolated environment for local modules
  • evaluates *.pth files
  • supports pkg_resources namespaces
  • mocks pkgutil.extend_path() to support zipped Python eggs

Example

Given your Python script, application or plugin comes with a directory that contains modules for import, you can use localimport to keep the global importer state clean.

app.py
res/modules/
  some_package/
    __init__.py
# app.py
with localimport('res/modules') as _importer:
    import some_package
assert 'some_package' not in sys.modules

**Note**: It is very important that you keep the reference to the
``localimport`` object alive, especially if you use
``from xx import yy`` imports.

Use with require

The localimport class is defines as exports symbols, thus when you require() the module, what you get is the class directly rather then the module.

import require
localimport = require('./localimport')

with localimport('res/modules') as _importer:
  # ...

Building a minified version

In many cases it doesn’t make much sense to use localimport as yet another Python package, thus you might want to include an inlined and minified version of it into your codebase. For this you can use either pyminifier or py-blobbify depending on what format you want to include into your code.

$ pyminifier localimport.py
$ py-blobbify localimport.py --export-symbol=localimport -mc

You can find pre-minified versions here.

Changelog

v1.5.2

  • fix #17 where sys.modules changed size during iteration in localimport.__enter__() (Python 3)

v1.5.1

  • add Python 3 compatibility

v1.5

  • add setup.py
  • add make_min and make_b64 commands to setup.py
  • fix possible error when localimport(parent_dir) parameter is not specified and the __file__ of the Python module that uses localimport is in the current working directory

v1.4.16

  • fix possible KeyError when restoring namespace module paths
  • renamed _localimport class to localimport
  • localimport(parent_dir) parameter is now determined dynamically using sys._getframe()
  • support for py-require

v1.4.14

  • Mockup pkg_resources.declare_namespace(), making it call pkgutil.extend_path() afterwards to ensure we find all available namespace paths

v1.4.13

  • fixed possible KeyError and AttributeError when using the _localimport.disable() method

v1.4.12

  • Removed auto discovering of modules importable from the local site
  • Add _localimport.disable() method

v1.4.11

  • Fixed a bug where re-using the _localimport context added local modules back to sys.modules but removed them immediately (#15)

v1.4.10

  • Fix #13, _extend_path() now keeps order of the paths
  • Updat class docstrings
  • Add do_eggs and do_pth parameters to the constructor
  • Fix #12, add _discover() method and automatic disabling of modules that could conflict with modules from the _localimport site

v1.4.9

  • Fix #11, remove None-entries of namespace packages in sys.modules
  • _localimport._extend_path() is is now less tolerant about extending the namespace path and only does so when a __init__.{py,pyc,pyo} file exists in the parsed directory

v1.4.8

  • Now checks any path for being a zipfile rather than just .egg files

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2015-2016 Niklas Rosenstein

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

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