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Tue Oct 14 00:29:20 CEST 2008

(__<name>__) methods, which are handled already by class object. Where
arguments can be any Python type, I provided a template member function to
cover that (e.g. list.index()) and a version in the dll/so which accepts
object. Where arguments must be a specific type (e.g. pop(x)), I provided
an overload taking the specific type and another accepting object, which
will allow it to be used in expressions involving object.

As we get these other types implemented we can carve them out of
objects2.[cpp/hpp]. I hope someone will take up this challenge, and that
this description will be helpful.


                  David Abrahams
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