jaif at mindspring.com
Tue Aug 21 23:28:09 CEST 2001
If this isn't the right place to post this, please direct me to the correct
I'm playing with MOOP (a POO descendant) as a means to sharpen my novice
python skills. I'm just starting, and would like to know how to add a
property to a class that carry's through to all it's children. More
I'm using a virgin MOOP install and then running bootstrap. I see usertypes
"User", "Wizard", etc, and note that Wizard is a descendant of User. I want
to add a property, "hitpoints" to user. So, I use the @set command on
$sys.usertypes.User and I have a new property when I @ex
$sys.usertypes.User. However, when I @ex $sys.usertypes.Wizard, I don't see
my new property.
I'm probably thinking of something incorrectly here, or just making a dumb
error. Can someone tell me what I need to do to make my vision occur, short
of modifying bootstrap.txt with my props, and then re-doing the install?
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