WHUI! (was Re: [Python-Dev] Proposal: C API Macro to decref
andset to NULL)
jeremy at alum.mit.edu
Tue Jul 13 17:24:55 CEST 2004
> I still don't like it, because it hides the return.
It should be used in the core, but you don't have to use it in your own
> I'd rather do:
> if (self->foo != NULL && (vret = visit(self->foo, arg)))
> return vret;
This violates the Python C style by putting an assignment in a conditional.
You'd need to put the assignment to vret inside the body of an if statement.
In other words, it would look just like the expansion of the VISIT() macro.
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