Defining *class* methods on C code

Michael Hudson mwh at python.net
Sat Feb 7 15:14:48 CET 2004


Thomas Heller <theller at python.net> writes:

> >> 	if (somecondition) {
> >> 		PyObject *func;
> >> 		PyObject *meth;
> >> 		PyMethodDef *ml = my_methods;
> >> 
> >> 		for (; ml->ml_name; ++ml) {
> >> 			func = PyCFunction_New(ml, NULL);
> >> 			if (!func)
> >> 				return NULL;
> >> 			meth = PyClassMethod_New(func);
> >
> > How about "meth = PyDescr_NewClassMethod(result, ml);" here?
> >
> 
> Yes, that works.  But it's not in Python 2.2, which is required ;-(

Arghl.  I guess you can just steal the relavent code... wasn't it your
patch in the first place that implemented all this?

Cheers,
mwh

-- 
  $ head -n 2 src/bash/bash-2.04/unwind_prot.c
   /* I can't stand it anymore!  Please can't we just write the
      whole Unix system in lisp or something? */
                                       -- spotted by Rich van der Hoff



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