[C++-sig] Re: Re: wrapping complex attributes
dave at boost-consulting.com
Thu Nov 14 02:54:52 CET 2002
"Mike Rovner" <mike at bindkey.com> writes:
> "David Abrahams" <dave at boost-consulting.com> wrote in message
> news:ud6p93xsx.fsf at boost-consulting.com...
>> > # now I want 3 more members
>> > def __init__(self):
>> > self.x=tcn_helper(self.getX, self.delX, self.newX, self.getXall)
>> > self.y=tcn_helper(self.getY, self.delY, self.newY, self.getYall)
>> > self.z=tcn_helper(self.getZ, self.delZ, self.newZ, self.getZall)
>> In order for the Pure Python code to help you with the C++ version,
>> you need to use the same idioms. You'll need x,y, and z to be
>> properties on the class instead of attributes on the instance. Make
>> them into properties and try again. See
> I don't want them to be properties. I hope I'm not forced :)
Oh, well. I tried to help.
> If I recall correctly 'setattr' add attributes to object dictionary.
> I want x,y,z to behave the way I want, not to be something. ;)
Good luck to you!
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