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bug #54320: How to explicitly import gnubg modules?

Submitted by:  Tom Martin <tom_martin>
Submitted on:  Mon 16 Jul 2018 09:03:27 PM UTC  
Originator Name:  Tom Martin Item Group:  Other bug
Category:  Command line interface Release:  1.04-Release
Privacy:  Public Operating System:  All
Severity:  3 - Normal Open/Closed:  Open
Assigned to:  None Priority:  5 - Normal
Status:  None

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Fri 20 Jul 2018 03:22:41 PM UTC, comment #1: 

The solution is to simply add "import gnubg" to any module you plan to import.  It seems this must refer to scripts/gnubg.py but I can't find anything inside of that file that refers to the gnubg functions such as navigate and command.  But it works so I must be overlooking something.  

Tom Martin <tom_martin>
Mon 16 Jul 2018 09:03:27 PM UTC, original submission:  

After importing a module via the command line, its functions are unable to call any gnubg function, presumably because they aren't in the namespace of the imported code.

I assume all I need to do is add the appropriate "import" statement but I can't find a way to do so.  The gnubg.py code has several imports but none of them seem to refer to navigate, command, etc.

Tom Martin <tom_martin>


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