[Python-Dev] super() bug (?)

Samuele Pedroni pedronis@bluewin.ch
Thu, 6 Mar 2003 18:21:40 +0100

>>> class C(object):
...  def f(self): pass
>>> class D(C): pass
>>> D.f
<unbound method D.f>
>>> super(D,D).f
<bound method D.f of <class '__main__.D'>>

I think this should produce the same thing as D.f,

that means implementation-wise

f.__get__(None,D) should be called

not f.__get__(D,D).

_.__get__(None,D) would still do the right thing for static AND class methods:

>>> def g(cls): pass
>>> classmethod(g).__get__(None,D)
<bound method type.g of <class '__main__.D'>>