[IPython-User] How to deep reload?
Thu Feb 23 19:35:46 CST 2012
On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 9:38 AM, Jeremy Conlin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> IPython seems to have changed how it does deep reloading of
> modules/packages. I can't seem to find information about how it is
> done in the documentation. Can someone show me the right way to to do
> it? I'm running IPython 0.12.
Mmh, we have not changed the dreload() command in many, many years, if
ever. What specifically do you see as a change? The dreload function
is called with a module:
and it will attempt to recursively reload all of its dependencies.
Note that dreload is fairly brittle, and it does *not* always work.
It's old and very delicate code that nobody has ever had the time to
dig into (it was written by Ka-Ping Yee years ago as a standalone
project, and we used it since IPython's start).
But since I don't think we've changed anything regarding dreload(),
I'm curious as to what you are seeing.
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