[IronPython] Classes don't have doc strings
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Thu May 19 09:41:34 CEST 2005
It's a known bug. You should think about adding your comment to the existing
__doc__ bug over at GDN.
On 5/19/05, John Doty <jddoty at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have noticed that python-defined classes don't have doc strings.
> class foo(object):
> "Test one two"
> def __init__(self):
> >>> import foo
> >>> print foo.foo.__doc__
> IronPython.Objects.PythonAttributeError: type object 'foo' has no
> attribute '__doc__'
> at IronPython.Objects.Ops.GetAttr(Object o, String name)
> at input_1.Run(Frame frame)
> at IronPython.Hosting.PythonEngine.DoOneInteractive(Frame topFrame)
> at IronPython.Hosting.PythonEngine.RunInteractive()
> Is this known?
> I modified the code gen for classes to emit a __doc__ member when it
> finds a doc string in the body, in a manner similar to the way it is
> done for functions. (But I have a feeling I've done it wrong, because
> I don't entirely understand the way the code gen works right now.)
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