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Dynamically Import a Module (and return it)

Author:
joshua
Posted:
February 28, 2007
Language:
Python
Version:
Pre .96
Score:
3 (after 3 ratings)

foo = dynamic_import ( 'rawr.i.am.a.lion' )

Will import lion from rawr.i.am.a and return it. (This isn't really Django specific)

Props to Crast for the original.

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def dynamic_import( path ):
    l = path.rfind('.')
    parent, child = path[:l], path[l+1:]
    base = __import__(parent, globals(), globals(), [child])
    return getattr(base, child, None)

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Comments

wiz (on March 1, 2007):

Looks great for plugins!

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