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🌱 Turn any object into a module 🌱

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🌱 Turn any object into a module 🌱

Callable modules! Indexable modules!?

Ever wanted to call a module directly, or index it? Or just sick of seeing from foo import foo in your examples?

Give your module the awesome power of an object, or maybe just save a little typing, with xmod.

xmod is a tiny library that lets a module to do things that normally only a class could do - handy for modules that "just do one thing".

Example: Make a module callable like a function!

# In
import xmod

def a_function():
    return 'HERE!!'

# Test at the command line
>>> import your_module
>>> your_module()

Example: Make a module look like a list!?!

# In
import xmod

xmod(list(), __name__)

# Test at the command line
>>> import your_module
>>> assert your_module == []
>>> your_module.extend(range(3))
>>> print(your_module)
[0, 1, 2]

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