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Can you provide guidance on importing a python file stored in memory using memfs?
To load a Python file that's stored in memory using memfs and use its contents in your program, you can follow these steps:
import importlib.machinery import sys
2. Create an instance of the memfs file system:
import memfs fs = memfs.create()
3. Write your Python file to the file system:
file_contents = "print('Hello, world!')" fs.write_text('/my_file.py', file_contents)
4. Load the Python module using the importlib.machinery.SourceFileLoader class:
loader = importlib.machinery.SourceFileLoader('my_module', '/my_file.py') my_module = loader.load_module()
5. Use the contents of the module as needed:
my_module.print_hello_world() # prints "Hello, world!"
Note that in step 4, the first argument to the SourceFileLoader constructor is the name of the module that you want to load, and the second argument is the path to the Python file on the memfs file system.
Also, in step 5, the exact way you use the contents of the module will depend on the contents of the file you loaded. The example above assumes that the loaded module defines a function called print_hello_world().
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