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Author cybergrind
Recipients cybergrind
Date 2021-08-22.15:07:54
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Hi. I've been using this snippet for years and believe that it would be a nice addition to pathlib's functionality.

Basically, it allows constructing path relative to the current file (instead of cwd). Comes quite handy when you're working with deeply nested resources like file fixtures in tests and many other cases.

    def relative(cls, path, depth=1):
        Return path that is constructed relatively to caller file.
        base = Path(sys._getframe(depth).f_code.co_filename).parent
        return (base / path).resolve()
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