I am creating a photo editor in Flask. I have an image and so far I managed to change its brightness. I would like the adjustments of brightness to be visible instantly, not just after pressing the ‘Edit’ button. How can I see the brightness adjustments on the photo instantly, when moving the slider? ‘main.py’: ..
I import B.ipynb in A.ipynb using python-ipynb(ipynb import another ipynb file), like this, import import_ipynb import B and it works. But when i edit B.ipynb, i can’t reload it in A.ipynb, just like this： importlib.reload(B) it doesn’t work. I must close A.ipynb and re-open it, and re-run import import_ipynb import B It then works. So, ..
I know this is an old topic with many similar posts, but I haven’t found any discussion on the specific issue that I am seeing. I am importing and running a function in a local module: from local.script import calculate_task It has a bug and says something like: In line 100, "yyy = xx * ..
To support runtime changes of parameters stored in source class file and used as an object with fields, how can I check if the source file for the object was modified since runtime started or since the last time it was reloaded, and reload the class and make a new instance of the object? Source: ..
I was running a flask app at http://127.0.0.1:7000/ with the command py main.py. In my file, the last line is app.run(debug=True, port=7000). I have declared the app = Flask(__name__). I need the server to restart each time. But the server reloads for unwanted files, and does not allow me to view the page even! The ..
I have PyDev 3.8+ on Eclipse and I can’t get auto-reload to work. I have checked all options in the PyDev > Debug > When file is changed, automatically reload module, but still I can’t make it work. enter image description here i want to change ‘che’ to some other number while debugging Source: Python ..
Sorry, I’m new to python, and I’m struggling finding what I need. I’m also sorry on how I wrote the title (probably the same reason why I can’t find what I need, I don’t know what to search for..) The question is really simple, but I don’t know if it can be done. I have ..
Suppose I have file foo.py: def foo(): print("foo") And I start an interactive session: >>> import foo >>> foo.foo() ‘foo’ Next, I add a function to the python file: def bar(): print("bar") And I update my interactive session: >>> import foo >>> foo.bar() Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> NameError: ..
I am implementing tool that allow plugins by other people. Inside each module there should be a class with the same name as the module. All the examples in the web seems only working on known module name. But in my case, the module name must be a parameter. Also I would like to allow ..