From: "Jack Jansen" firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently, "Thomas Heller" email@example.com said:
Here's an outline which could work in 2.2:
This sounds very good! There's only one thing you'll have to explain to me: how would this work from C? My types are all in C, not in Python, so I'd need to do the magic in C. Where do I find examples of using metatypes from C?
I don't know of any, well, except ceval.c build_class():
result = PyObject_CallFunction(metaclass, "OOO", name, bases, methods);
I had no need for this, because I'm very happy to write base classes/types in C, extend them by deriving subtypes from them in Python, and plugging everything together in Python.