Let’s say I have a python script called my_module.py in the location ~/junk/my_test/script/lib/. The my_module.py has a very trivial function called my_print() which just prints “Hello World”.
The script looks like below:
def my_print(): print "Hi there" my_print()
Now I have another python script called my_another_python_script.py at the location /home/vbhadra/python_test_scripts/import_module. I want to call the function my_print() written in ~/junk/my_test/script/lib/my_module.py. The following is a easy way of doing it. This is python 3.x and hasn’t been tested in python 2.x or any other version. Follow the below code snippet:
import os import sys MY_IMPORT_DIR='~/junk/my_test/script/lib' sys.path.append(os.path.expanduser(MY_IMPORT_DIR)) import my_module def main(): my_module.my_print() if __name__=="__main()__": main()
Run the my_another_python_script.py as below:
python my_another_python_script.py and you should see the below output: