On Thu, 31 Mar 2005 15:24:45 +0900, JZ <spamerom / niet.com> wrote:
> Dnia Thu, 31 Mar 2005 13:34:31 +0900, Austin Ziegler napisaa):
> 
> No. Python *automatically compiles* every imported module. It is the
> feature of the language.

Er.  Not true.  When you load a file in Python, it is interpreted and
becomes part of the current program.  It isn't compiled to bytecode so
that the bytecode can be used next time for faster load.

-- 
$stdout.sync = true
"Just another Ruby hacker.".each_byte do |b|
  ('a'..'z').step do|c|print c+"\b";sleep 0.007 end;print b.chr
end; print "\n"