Adding method to class at run-time: bad style?
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Wed Apr 8 15:57:01 CEST 2009
On 2009-04-08, Gabriel Genellina <gagsl-py2 at yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
>>> ClientForm.Control = FancyControl
>>> ClientForm.CheckboxControl = FancyCheckboxControl
>> That would work -- but there are probably 8 or 10 different
>> Control subclasses. It's a bit tedious mixing them all one at a
>> time, and you need more "inside" information (the names of all
>> the different subclasses).
> New style classes have a __subclasses__() method that could be
> used to find all of them (*at a certain moment*) -- but
> considering all the issues, I think that monkey-patching the
> base class is the "less bad" option in this case...
Of course I could just
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