Fred L. Drake, Jr.
Thu, 25 Apr 2002 10:20:04 -0400
Thomas Heller writes:
> Is the documentation wrong, or is the code wrong (I didn't find
> any use of METH_CLASS in the CVS sources)?
There's an example in sandbox/datetime/datetime.c; search for
> [I must say that I'm not really sure how this relates to the
> calling convention flags. Have tried METH_O and METH_VARARGS
> so far.]
Guido van Rossum writes:
> You have to call classmethod() from C; it's available as
> &PyClassMethod_Type, you can call it with e.g. PyObject_Call. The
> argument should be a function object that you created by calling
> PyCFunction_New. Then stick it into your type's tp_dict (after
> calling PyType_Ready()).
I'll note that while this is a little tedious, it's easily packaged
into a helper function.
Fred L. Drake, Jr. <fdrake at acm.org>
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