[Python-3000] Unbound methods -- keep creating API?
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Sun Nov 25 12:29:41 CET 2007
Georg Brandl wrote:
> We've made class.function return a function, but the unbound method machinery
> is still alive. For example, you can still create unbound methods with
> new.instancemethod and PyMethod_New, and there's bits of code in classobject.c
> that refers to unbound methods.
Removing unbound methods also removes an obscure way to rebind internal
C functions to classes:
Example.id = new.instancemethod(id, None, Example)
Now Example().id() has the same effect as:
Do we need this feature?
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