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Import other repls!

Through the power of a new module I made called rimp, you can import your repls and other people's repls in python.

  • If you want to see an example of how to use rimp, see below.
  • If you want to see the source or know how to make your repl compatible with importing, click here
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@21natzil couldn't you put beautifulsoup4 and requests as dependencies in your pypi module?

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@Scoder12 I thought they were... I'll check on that.

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@21natzil Well I mean if they are people dont need to put them in requirements.txt

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Nice! I absolutely love it 👍

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I feel like you should make the set up more user friendly

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Very good
Have an upvote

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This is really cool and definitely very useful, but there isn't really any sort of explanation on how to set it up... pls could you make a tutorial for that, or comment in the Permissions repl?

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@minx28 Good idea, however the link I provided in the post might be helpful.

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Nice idea! Not tested it but i will do at some point. Sounds awesome!

And let me guess, rimp is short for "repl import"?

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@21natzil Lol i knew it. Will try this out soon, maybe not today (27th of December) because I will be busy for the whole day