Force exception on attribute write access only one object
__peter__ at web.de
Sat Jan 10 08:53:47 CET 2009
Thomas Guettler wrote:
> Peter Otten schrieb:
>> Thomas Guettler wrote:
>>> for debugging I want to raise an exception if an attribute is
>>> changed on an object. Since it is only for debugging I don't want
>>> to change the integer attribute to a property.
>> class A(object):
>> def __init__(self):
>> self.foo = 42
>> a = A()
>> b = A()
>> class B(A):
>> def foo(self):
>> return self.__dict__["foo"]
>> b.__class__ = B
>> a.foo = "whatever"
>> print b.foo
>> b.foo = "whatever"
> your idea was good, but it does not work with Django ORM Models:
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/localhome/modw/django/core/handlers/base.py", line 87, in
> response = callback(request, *callback_args, **callback_kwargs)
> File "/localhome/modw/foo/views/filter.py", line 473, in add
> return edit(request, 'add')
> File "/localhome/modw/foo/views/filter.py", line 493, in edit
> File "/localhome/modw/foo/views/filter.py", line 457, in save
> File "/localhome/modw/django/forms/models.py", line 315, in save
> if self.instance.pk is None:
> File "/localhome/modw/django/db/models/base.py", line 292, in
> return getattr(self, meta.pk.attname)
> AttributeError: 'MyAction' object has no attribute 'filter_action_ptr_id'
I can't tell what's happening from the traceback alone.
Is "filter_action_ptr_id"" your actual "foo" and "MyAction" your "B"?
Maybe the relevant setup code would help...
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