alexisl at hp.com
Mon Jan 5 15:43:39 CET 2015
Chris Angelico said on Mon, Jan 05, 2015 at 11:30:28PM +1100:
> def bfs_bases(cls):
> """Yield the base which are belong to us"""
> yield from cls.__bases__
> for cls in cls.__bases__:
> yield from bfs_bases(cls)
Much as I appreciate the pun, that isn't properly breadth-first, alas.
This is and returns the classes in tranches by distance in case you care
about the specific distance rather than a distance ordering:
bases = [cls]
while len(bases) > 0:
bases = reduce(lambda x, y: x+y, (base.__bases__ for base in bases))
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