[Python-checkins] CVS: python/dist/src/Doc/lib libweakref.tex,1.5,1.6

Fred L. Drake fdrake@users.sourceforge.net
Tue, 10 Apr 2001 12:58:00 -0700


Update of /cvsroot/python/python/dist/src/Doc/lib
In directory usw-pr-cvs1:/tmp/cvs-serv16899/lib

Modified Files:
	libweakref.tex 
Log Message:

Remove the mapping() function from the documentation.

Add a description of the ReferenceError exception.


Index: libweakref.tex
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RCS file: /cvsroot/python/python/dist/src/Doc/lib/libweakref.tex,v
retrieving revision 1.5
retrieving revision 1.6
diff -C2 -r1.5 -r1.6
*** libweakref.tex	2001/03/28 21:15:41	1.5
--- libweakref.tex	2001/04/10 19:57:58	1.6
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*** 53,74 ****
  \end{funcdesc}
  
- \begin{funcdesc}{mapping}{\optional{dict\optional{, weakkeys=0}}}
-   Return a weak dictionary.  If \var{dict} is given and not
-   \code{None}, the new dictionary will contain the items contained in
-   \var{dict}.  The values from \var{dict} must be weakly referencable;
-   if any values which would be inserted into the new mapping are not
-   weakly referencable, \exception{TypeError} will be raised and the
-   new mapping will be empty.
- 
-   If the \var{weakkeys} argument is not given or zero, the values in
-   the dictionary are weak. That means the entries in the dictionary
-   will be discarded when no strong reference to the value exists
-   anymore.
- 
-   If the \var{weakkeys} argument is nonzero, the keys in the
-   dictionary are weak, i.e. the entry in the dictionary is discarded
-   when the last strong reference to the key is discarded.
- \end{funcdesc}
- 
  \begin{funcdesc}{proxy}{object\optional{, callback}}
    Return a proxy to \var{object} which uses a weak reference.  This
--- 53,56 ----
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*** 95,107 ****
  
  \begin{classdesc}{WeakKeyDictionary}{\optional{dict}}
!   The class of the mapping objects returned by \function{mapping()}
!   when \var{weakkeys} is true.  This can be used for subclassing the
!   implementation if needed.
  \end{classdesc}
  
  \begin{classdesc}{WeakValueDictionary}{\optional{dict}}
!   The class of the mapping objects returned by \function{mapping()}
!   when \var{weakkeys} if false.  This can be used for subclassing the
!   implementation if needed.
  \end{classdesc}
  
--- 77,92 ----
  
  \begin{classdesc}{WeakKeyDictionary}{\optional{dict}}
!   Mapping class that references keys weakly.  Entries in the
!   dictionary will be discarded when there is no longer a strong
!   reference to the key.  This can be used to associate additional data
!   with an object owned by other parts of an application without adding
!   attributes to those objects.  This can be especially useful with
!   objects that override attribute accesses.
  \end{classdesc}
  
  \begin{classdesc}{WeakValueDictionary}{\optional{dict}}
!   Mapping class that references values weakly.  Entries in the
!   dictionary will be discarded when no strong reference to the value
!   exists anymore.
  \end{classdesc}
  
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*** 124,127 ****
--- 109,117 ----
  \end{datadesc}
  
+ \begin{excdesc}{ReferenceError}
+   Exception raised when a proxy object is used but the underlying
+   object has been collected.
+ \end{excdesc}
+ 
  
  \begin{seealso}
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*** 194,198 ****
  import weakref
  
! _id2obj_dict = weakref.mapping()
  
  def remember(obj):
--- 184,188 ----
  import weakref
  
! _id2obj_dict = weakref.WeakValueDictionary()
  
  def remember(obj):