pythoncom: implementing dispinterfaces
bruce_dodson at bigfoot.com
Mon Aug 16 00:24:41 CEST 1999
I have a dispinterface defined in a typelib. I have generated a python
class for it using makepy. Now I want to implement that same dispinterface
via a Python class. To do this, is it enough to simply inherit from the
generated class, or should I be making local copies of _dispid_to_func_ etc.
in my own class? (or in each instance?) The reason I ask is that I was
reading the docstring for the default policy, and I noticed that it may
change those COM attributes in-place as the object is used.
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