Python 2.6: Determining if a method is inherited
fuzzyman at gmail.com
Mon Oct 6 21:56:26 CEST 2008
On Oct 6, 7:02 pm, Terry Reedy <tjre... at udel.edu> wrote:
> Fuzzyman wrote:
> > On Oct 5, 11:54 pm, Terry Reedy <tjre... at udel.edu> wrote:
> >> Fuzzyman wrote:
> >>> Hello all,
> >>> I may well be being dumb (it has happened before), but I'm struggling
> >>> to fix some code breakage with Python 2.6.
> >>> I have some code that looks for the '__lt__' method on a class:
> >>> if hasattr(clr, '__lt__'):
> >>> However - in Python 2.6 object has grown a default implementation of
> >>> '__lt__', so this test always returns True.
> >>>>>> class X(object): pass
> >>> ...
> >>>>>> X.__lt__
> >>> <method-wrapper '__lt__' of type object at 0xa15cf0>
> >>>>>> X.__lt__ == object.__lt__
> >>> False
> >> In 3.0, the test returns true because function attributes only get
> >> wrapped when bound. In the meanwhile, " 'object' in repr(X.__lt__)"
> >> should do it for you.
> > So long as its never used on a class with 'object' in the name.
> > Doesn't sound like a particularly *good* solution to me. :-)
> From what you posted, 'type object at' should work.
It's still a hack...
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