[Python-Dev] Deprecating "instance method" class
robert.wd.white at gmail.com
Mon Apr 8 11:45:24 EDT 2019
Just PyInstanceMethod_New, and by "adding methods to objects" this is
adding C functions to types defined in C.
Only appears to be called at module import / creation time.
On Mon, Apr 8, 2019 at 10:24 AM Jeroen Demeyer <J.Demeyer at ugent.be> wrote:
> On 2019-04-08 17:08, Robert White wrote:
> > So we're making pretty heavy use of PyInstanceMethod_New in our python
> > binding library that we've written for a bunch of in house tools.
> > If this isn't the best / correct way to go about adding methods to
> > objects, what should we be using instead?
> First of all, the consensus in this thread is not to deprecate
> Well, it depends what you mean with "adding methods to objects", that's
> vaguely formulated. Do you mean adding methods at run-time (a.k.a.
> monkey-patching) to a pre-existing class? And is the process of adding
> methods done in C or in Python?
> Do you only need PyInstanceMethod_New() or also other
> PyInstanceMethod_XXX functions/macros?
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