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  • Importing - The PEAK Developers' Center
    object this routine will import it using importString Otherwise the passed in object is returned This routine is useful for APIs that want to accept either a non string object or a string designating the object to be used They can simply call importObject on their input without needing to inspect it importSequence string or sequence globalDict Convert a string or sequence to a list of objects If string or sequence is a string or unicode object it is treated as a comma separated list of names to import using importString and a list of imported objects is returned Whitespace around the commas is permitted If string or sequence is not a string but is iterable this returns a list created by calling importObject on each element of the sequence importSuite name or sequence globalDict Convert a string or sequence to a unittest TestSuite This routine is identical to importSequence except that a unittest TestSuite is returned instead of a list Relative Absolute Importing All of the above routines take an optional globalDict second argument in order to support imports relative to a given package in which case the passed in globalDict should be a module dictionary in the desired package These routines do not support Python 2 5 relative import syntax All imports done by these routines are absolute unless you specify a globalDict in which case they are relative to the module the globalDict came from falling back to absolute if there is no relative match Lazy Imports Sometimes you may want to import a module that isn t needed right away A common solution is to put the import inside of a function so that it doesn t occur until the function is called However this is slow increases startup time and it can be a bit harder to tell what s going on So the Importing toolkit provides a way to access a module lazily such that it can be imported in top level code but not actually loaded until the module is used in some way And unlike many other lazy importing tools for Python this API can be applied to any Python module and does not interfere with normal imports of the targeted module s whether they are lazily loaded before or after the normal imports lazyModule moduleName Return module moduleName but with its contents loaded on demand This function returns sys modules moduleName if present Otherwise it creates a LazyModule object for the specified module caches it in sys modules and returns it LazyModule is a subclass of the standard Python module type that remains empty until an attempt is made to access one of its attributes At that moment the module is loaded into memory and any hooks that were defined via whenImported See the Weak Imports section below are invoked Note that calling lazyModule with the name of a non existent or unimportable module will delay the ImportError until the moment that an access is attempted The ImportError will be repeated

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