Thanks; I'm gonna have to comb through that code later and try to figure out how to avoid this.

2011/5/10 Oleg Broytman <phd@phdru.name>
On Tue, May 10, 2011 at 03:33:43PM -0600, PÇoÍ???ÔÎ?????s 0x01 wrote:
> Is there something I can do to catch this? Should I be using some kind of
> registry or dictionary to keep track of imports? (Would that help?)

š In my experience, problematic import is usually a result of mixed
absolute and relative import - a submodule A imports submodule X as
parent.X and submodule B imports X as X; add sys.path manipulations and
voila - X is imported both as parent.X and top-level X.

Oleg.
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