I just saw a lovely idea in Python to create super-global variables.

That is variable that will be available somehow globally in all the packages.

It was done by creating attributes on the builtins module Like this:


import builtins

builtins.answer = 42

Then you can use them like this:


import builtins
import super_global


This is a very bad idea. It makes the code very hard to maintain.

In many cases you might be better off using a module or caching for solving whatever issues you encounter.