Classes with initialization
pavlovevidence at gmail.com
Tue Apr 10 01:16:11 CEST 2007
On Apr 9, 3:26 am, mariano.suarezalva... at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm currently using code similar to this:
> class ClassWithInitialization(type):
> def __init__(cls, name, bases, dict):
> type.__init__(name, bases, dict)
> class A:
> __metaclass__ = ClassWithInitialization
> def __class_init__(cls):
> cls.some_attribute = ...
> in order to get class attributes initialized (since the values of
> these attributes
> need non trivial work to be computed, putting the code that does that
> computation in the class scope ends up with the class having extra
> attributes---the `local' variables used in the computation of the
> values of class attribute; so I'm using __class_init__'s scope to
> contain those variables)
> I was wondering: is there a simpler approach to this?
You could put the computations right in the class, and del the extra
variables when done.
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