Allow a function to discover the module or script name of its caller, or its caller's caller.
stackclimber allows your function to find the module or script name of its caller, or of its caller’s caller.
from stackclimber import stackclimber assert stackclimber() == __name__ assert stackclimber() == stackclimber(0)
With no arguments, it finds the current function’s module name. With 1, it finds that of its caller; with 2, that of its caller’s caller, and so forth.
This functionality can be used to implement “automatic” imports that use some information about the module into which they are being imported by overriding a module’s __getattr__.
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