*Real* reloading support for Python.
|Class||Sensitive||A utility mixin that's sensitive to rebuilds.|
|Function||latestFunction||Get the latest version of a function.|
|Function||latestClass||Get the latest version of a class.|
|Class||RebuildError||Exception raised when trying to rebuild a class whereas it's not possible.|
|Function||updateInstance||Updates an instance to be current.|
|Function||__getattr__||A getattr method to cause a class to be refreshed.|
|Function||rebuild||Reload a module and do as much as possible to replace its references.|
|Function||_isClassType||Compare to types.ClassType in a py2/3-compatible way|
Compare to types.ClassType in a py2/3-compatible way
Python 2 used comparison to types.ClassType to check for old-style classes Python 3 has no concept of old-style classes, so if ClassType doesn't exist, it can't be an old-style class - return False in that case.
Note that the type() of new-style classes is NOT ClassType, and so this should return False for new-style classes in python 2 as well.
Get the latest version of a function.
Get the latest version of a class.
Updates an instance to be current.
A getattr method to cause a class to be refreshed.
Reload a module and do as much as possible to replace its references.