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__import__ returns module without it's attributes?

 
 
Zac Burns
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      11-13-2009
I've overloaded __import__ to modify modules after they are
imported... but running dir(module) on the result only returns
__builtins__, __doc__, __file__,
__name__, __package__, and __path__.

Why is this? More importantly, where can I hook in that would allow me
to see the contents of the module?

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