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Date 2009-06-03.15:27:08
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I had lots of stuff to do lately, sorry it took me so long to answer.
Here is the patch as we intended, but there is a bug yet.
What if the non-existent imported module has the same name of the module
itself?

$ cat pydoc_badimport3.py
import this_doesnt_exist.pydoc_badimport3
$ pydoc pydoc_badimport3

I tested this possibility, and I found out that there is a bug in this
situation yet: pydoc still tells the user that the module couldn't be found.
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