[Python-Dev] object capability; func_closure; __subclasses__
tav at espians.com
Thu Jun 28 17:14:05 CEST 2007
> Well, there's no __self__ in 2.3 or 2.4; I guess that was added in 2.5. Darn.
anyone know *why* it was added?
> >Or, setting __call__.__doc__ ?
> What does that do?
ah, i just wanted a way of providing documentation, and __call__'s
__doc__ isn't writable...
> If it works, you could probably do the same thing to remove __call__.__self__.
will look into that too...
> In 3.0, I don't mind if the access method moves, I just want to keep
> the access. OTOH, I don't really care about __call__.__self__, since
> I got along fine without it in 2.3/2.4 and didn't know it had been
> added in 2.5. :)
so, suggestions as to how one can go about getting those 2 access methods moved?
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