Sounds fine with me. Have you cooked up a patch yet so we can see how complex the change is, whether it breaks anything, etc.?
On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 11:36 PM, Terry Reedy firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I have 2 related proposals:
My reason is, I expect, much the same as that for func.__name__. I am using the generator name (for bad-iterator-output messages in a test function) and would prefer to get it through a cross-implementation 'public' interface' rather than a cPython internal implementation detail (which I understand code object to be). I am otherwise trying to avoid using cPython internals.
(Is there any plan to change the gi_ attributes the way the func_ attributes were?)
Conceptually, I see a generator function as an abbreviated version of a iterator class, with most of the boilerplate removed, that defines a subclass of the generator class. So I think the subclass name should be part of its representation.
Terry Jan Reedy
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