any interest in type-scoped static constants?
aahz at panix.com
Sun Mar 11 20:21:15 CET 2001
In article <3AABCA0E.CB3E2F4A at fxtech.com>,
Paul Miller <paul at fxtech.com> wrote:
>> Python itself, the way I'd do this is to create a module Point that
>> contains the Point class, and following the class definition create the
>> ZERO object. Then you refer to it as Point.ZERO and create new points
>> with Point.Point().
>You are right that I could do this. However, I'm talking about extension
>types. If I am embedding Python in an app, I may be providing several
>extension types, that provide access to my internal C++ classes.
>However, I do not want to make a module for each type.
Again talking in terms of what I'd do in Python, I'd handle this by
writing a package with internal modules. I don't know if it's possible
to build virtual packages in extensions.
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