I have a library I’m working on that is intended to be imported like
import raycekar as rk and have its individual files referenced as
rk.unit.whatever. This is the directory structure:
RayceKar |-raycekar | |-__init__.py | |-ui.py | |-env.py `-main.py
main.py, if I
from raycekar import ui, I can access
ui. If I want to
import raycekar as rk,
rk.ui raises an AttributeError unless the from a import b variation is used first.
How can I make it such that accessing attributes as
rk.env works without having to perform a
from raycekar import *?
I’m working with Python 3.8+
What did you write in your
For me it worked by writing this in my
from .ui import * from .env import *
But every additional file you add the
raycekar directory you will have to manually import in your
__init__.py just as shown before.
I hope this helps.