Change module __version__ and save the module source file with updated version afterwards


ronansprake
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In all of my Python module files I put the module version with __version__.


Now if I release my Python library, I want to increase this module version inside all Python module files automatically.


I know that I can access the version of a module for reading like this:


mymodule.py:


# my module
__version__ = "0.0.1"

usesmymodule.py:


import mymodule
# Gives me "0.0.1"
print mymodule.__version__

Now how can I save the module source file after I changed its version? In a way like this:


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