[Python-Dev] PyEval_GetFrame() revisited
Fri, 14 Mar 2003 19:05:05 +0100
Christian Tismer wrote:
> Hi there!
> here has been this patch to the threadstate, which
> allows to override the tstate's frame access.
> I just saw the part of the patch that modifies
> f = PyFrame_New(
> tstate, /*back*/
> c, /*code*/
> ! PyEval_GetGlobals(), /*globals*/
> NULL /*locals*/
> where the PyEval_GetGLobals is used instead of
> Well, this unfortunately is not sufficient
> for this module, since pyexpat still *has* direct
> access to tstate->frame, in a much worse way:
> pyexpat does read and write the frame variable!
Can it be that PyEval_GetFrame() is just indended
to signal to an extension like Psyco that it needs
to quickly invent a frame now?
So it is *not* thought of to be a complete interface
for accessing tstate->frame no longer explicitly,
is is only meant for read access?
So I can't move it elsewhere and probably need
to work around that forever, unless we also
sigh - ciao - chris
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