I'm collating a bunch of my utility scripts into one, creating a
single script to which I will symbolic link multiple times. This way
I only have to write code for error checking, output-formatting etc a
So, I have
~/bin/foo -> ~/Code/python/mother_of_all_utility_scripts.py
~/bin/bar -> ~/Code/python/mother_of_all_utility_scripts.py
~/bin/baz -> ~/Code/python/mother_of_all_utility_scripts.py
I would like "bar" to run the bar method (and so on).
# ... and so on...
stats_obj = Statistic()
name = re.sub("[^A-Za-z]", "", sys.argv)
method = getattr(stats_obj, name, None)
stats_obj.name() # <------------HERE
print "nope, not sure what you're after...."
However, as I'm sure you've all noticed already, there is no method
called "name". I would really prefer to get a nudge in the right
direction before I start evaling variables and so on.
Does my approach make sense? If not, please give me a hint...