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seems to do dir(myapp.blah), which picks up everything in that module (variables, imported modules), not just functions. It then dies on "util.partial(callable_, ...)" because callable_ isn't callable.
I've hackily fixed it myself in runtime.py:610, not sure if this is a good fix or not:
- if k != '_':
+ if k != '_' and callable(getattr(self.module, k)):
I also tried getting it to look at module.all rather than dir(), but that didn't import anything at all for some reason.
having a good fix upstream would be appreciated :)
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Well doing dir() is pretty much what one would expect from importing "", unless there's an __all__ present. I'm not a big fan of the "" thing anyway. But yeah I guess since namespace assumes they are callable, we'd need to do pretty much the check you're doing there.