exec and CodeObjects

Prepscius, Colin (IT) Colin.Prepscius at morganstanley.com
Fri Jul 20 17:48:05 CEST 2007


Does anybody know how to pass parameters to 'exec
somefunction.func_code'?
 
def f1():
    print 'this is f1'
 
def f2(p):
    print 'this is f2, p =', str(p)
 
exec f1.func_code
THIS RESULTS IN:  "this is nf1"   WHICH IS NICE
 
exec f2.func_code
THIS RESULTS IN:  TypeError: f2() takes exactly 1 argument (0 given)
WHICH IS EXPECTED
 
exec f2.func_code in {'p':34}
THIS RESULTS IN:  TypeError: f2() takes exactly 1 argument (0 given)
?????
 
 
Why?  So I can take a function defined in a script or repl and a
parameter, marshal them, send the results to a remote host, unmarshal
them, and execute the function given the parameter.  Am I going about
this wrongly?  I'd specifically like to avoid having to save the
function in a file, send the file and import it on the remote side.
 
thanks!
Colin
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