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Track packages.

Project description

Authors: Scott Torborg (storborg)
Version: 0.1

This library tracks module imports. That’s it.

Note Use at your own risk!

Installation

Simple as:

$ pip install importwatch

Or with easy_install:

$ easy_install importwatch

Or if you prefer, download the source and then:

$ python setup.py build
$ python setup.py install

Example

>>> import importwatch
>>> importwatch.start()
>>> run_lots_of_code_which_imports_stuff()
>>> # That's it!

Just care about your package?

>>> import importwatch
>>> importwatch.start('^myapp')

Logging Configuration

To make importwatch more useful, you’ll want to configure some special logging. Do it like:

[logger_importwatch] level = INFO handlers = console qualname = importwatch

License

Packagetrack is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL). See the LICENSE file for full text of the license.

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