You can avoid ugly exec()s if you use __import__: 

On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 10:55 AM, Rob McBroom <> wrote:
On 2008-Dec-29, at 3:41 PM, Andrea Crotti wrote:

> Thanks a lot Rob, I have another problem, the thing
> #!/usr/bin/env python
> import dis
> from os import environ
> mod = environ['TM_FILENAME'].split('.')[0]
> dis.dis(mod)
> Doesn't work because I also need to import mod, but if I put also
> import mod, of course it doesn't work as it's not substituted the
> variable
> value in the import statement.

This seemed to work with the limited testing I did:

   exec('import ' + mod)

Just insert that before the call to dis.dis().

Rob McBroom

Because it screws up the order in which people normally read text.

Original message:

> Why is it bad to top-post your reply?

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