Re: Reloading packages: Removed[symbol]
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- Subject: [mg57822] Re: Reloading packages: Removed[symbol]
- From: "Stefan Linnik" <- at mk-nntp-1.news.uk.worldonline.com>
- Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2005 05:18:19 -0400 (EDT)
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I keep some functions in a package in a file (called 'Std.m').
After altering a function(s) all I do is to re Evaluate
in the notebook and the new defintion(s) are immediately avaliable.
Not sure whether this is the same thing but I just thought I'd mention it.
"Josef Karthauser" <joe at tao.org.uk> wrote in message
news:d869d6$cf2$1 at smc.vnet.net...
> I want to reload a package that's already been loaded. (Because it's
> been modified in another mathematica session and I want to take
> advantage of the new functionality.)
> I thought I was being clever by first removing all the package symbols
> with Remove and then removing the package name from $Packages. This
> allows me to reload the package, but I'm left with a dilemma.
> Definitions that are in memory that referenced the symbols that have
> been removed have been replaced with 'Removed["symbol"]' and I can't
> seem to match them to turn them back.
> Is there a way of reloading a module? How do I fix this problem?
> The string of operations to reload MyPackage was:
> $Packages = Select[$Packages, =AC StringMatchQ[#, "MyPackage`*"] &];
> My problem now is effectively:
> In: a = MyPackage`Foo
> In: Remove["MyPackage`*"]
> In: a // FullForm
> Out: Removed["Foo"]
> How do I convert a back?
> In: a /. Removed[x_] :> Symbol[x]
> Doesn't do anything :(.
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