minor python 2.2 wart?
bkelley at wi.mit.edu
Fri Aug 9 15:12:53 EDT 2002
The following code snippet compiles when it probably shouldn't:
f = Foo()
Note that it doesn't run :)
Should the compiler be smart enough to know a module from a class?
Deriving a class from a builtin function doesn't compile:
For my own edification, is there any reason why this should happen or
should I send it to the bug tracker?
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