gerrit.holl at pobox.com
Thu Feb 17 14:58:11 EST 2000
Etienne Antoniutti Di Muro wrote on 950810383:
> This is my first message posted, so hi everybody !! :-)
> Recently I have experienced some problems using cPickle.load function.
> Here it comes:
> code is pretty simple:
> class MyStuff:
> def save(filename):
In classes, the first argument of a method must be 'self'. This is
needed to access instance-depentent attributes.
> obj = (GlobalVar1, GlobalVar2, GlobalVar3) #GlobalVar
> are instances of classes
> f = open(filename, "w")
> cPickle.dump(f, obj)
> def load(filename):
And the indentation is not consistent.
> f = open(filename, "r")
> (globalVar1, globalVar2, globalVar3) = cPickle.load(f)
> return obj
> I experiece errors in unpickling only (MyStuff.load("MyFileName")), they
> are listed as follows:
> 1_ NameErrors of some objects from modules used by the "GlobalVar"
> cPickled. (but please note that those modules are properly imported
> before cPickling);
You should type 'self.GlobalVar1' and create a first argument 'self'
to the methods
> 3_ Different behaviours (raised exceptions) of the script which uses
> MyStuff.load("MyFileName") method, according how i call it. Is it due to
> different exception managment of MacPython IDE instead of MacPython
> AppletBuilder ??
def print_something(self, message):
print "instance %s is printing: %s" % (self, message)
> 4_ Cause of those errors I can't embed MyClass in a C function, that is
> where i need it to work.
> Any Suggestion ??
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