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importlib_resources is a backport of Python standard library importlib.resources module for older Pythons. Users of Python 3.9 and beyond should use the standard library module, since for these versions, importlib_resources just delegates to that module. The key goal of this module is to replace parts of pkg_resources with a solution in Python’s stdlib that relies on well-defined APIs. This makes reading resources included in packages easier, with more stable and consistent semantics.
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