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Author meador.inge
Recipients Oren_Held, brett.cannon, gangesmaster, meador.inge
Date 2010-02-24.05:27:30
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> So doing the import manually through __import__('os', globals(), 
> locals(), ['walk'], 1) does not work. 

I get the same behavior for this reproduction case regardless of whether I use:
   import .os import walk
   __import__('os', globals(), locals(), ['walk'], 1)
The bug is reproducible in the trunk.

I think the problem has to do with 'import_module_level' incorrectly doing an absolute lookup for 'os' when the relative lookup in 'foo' fails.  I have attached a patch with the relevant fix and test case.
Date User Action Args
2010-02-24 05:27:39meador.ingesetrecipients: + meador.inge, brett.cannon, gangesmaster, Oren_Held
2010-02-24 05:27:39meador.ingesetmessageid: <>
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