Jython: preload PythonInterpreter with values for use in scripts
How can I set variables in PythonInterpreter such that
scripts then run via import can have access to it.
My idea was to go along the lines of:
PythonInterpreter ip = new PythonInterpreter();
// make the object about to use the interpreter
// available to that interpreter
Within mystuff.py I wanted to do things like
m = sys.modules['__main__']
Alas, sys.modules does not contain '__main__'.
Is there any way to get hold of locals() of PythonInterpreter ip within
a module imported as shown above?
I would expect that execfile allows the above communication,
but then I have to do all the searching for the module myself.
Therefore a solution where the module is simply imported as above
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