SWIG and function name question

Scott Barron kain at twilight.
Wed Nov 3 20:47:27 EST 1999


How about this:

Given these two files,

## foo.py
def __foo():
	print "Foo"

def bar():
	print "Bar"

## bar.py
import foo
class Foo:
	self.f = foo.__foo  # Create an alias for foo.__foo
	self.b = foo.bar    # Create an alias for foo.bar

>>> import bar
Traceback (innermost last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
  File "bar.py", line 3, in ?
    class Foo:
  File "bar.py", line 4, in Foo
    self.f = foo.__foo
AttributeError: _Foo__foo

If I comment out self.f = foo.__foo all works fine.  What am I doing wrong


In article <m3ln8f9y9u.fsf at atrus.jesus.cam.ac.uk>, Michael Hudson wrote:
>kain at twilight. (Scott Barron) writes:
>It's nothing to do with SWIG; try this for size:
>put this in a file called foo.py on your PYTHONPATH:
>O, look: http://www.python.org/doc/current/ref/import.html has all the
>gory details...

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