[Numpy-discussion] Possible to pickle new state in NDArray subclasses?
nathan12343 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 14:51:26 EST 2016
I'm able to do this in my ndarrary subclass using __reduce__ and
Here it's being used to save the unit information into the pickle for a
unit-aware ndarray subclass.
On Wed, Dec 14, 2016 at 1:45 PM, Stuart Reynolds <stuart at stuartreynolds.net>
> I'm trying to subclass an NDArray as shown here:
> My problem is that when I save the new class' state with pickle, the new
> attributes are lost. I don't seem to be able to override __getstate__ or
> __setstate__ to achieve this?
> Is it possible to allow new state to serialized when overriding an NDArray?
> In my example below, __setstate__ gets called by pickle but not
> In the final line, a RealisticInfoArray has been deserialized, but it has
> no .info attribute.
> import cPickle as pickle
> import numpy as np
> class RealisticInfoArray(np.ndarray):
> def __new__(cls, arr, info):
> obj = np.asarray(arr).view(cls)
> obj.info = info
> return obj
> def __array_finalize__(self, obj):
> if obj is None: return
> self.info = getattr(obj,"info",None)
> def __setstate__(self, *args):
> print "SET"
> return np.ndarray.__setstate__(self,*args)
> def __getstate__(self):
> print "GET"
> assert False, "EXPLODE"
> return np.ndarray.__getstate__(self)
> arr = np.zeros((2,3), int)
> arr = RealisticInfoArray(arr, "blarg")
> print arr.info
> arr2 = pickle.loads(pickle.dumps(arr))
> print arr2.info # no .info attribute!
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