How to access a containing objects properties from an object inside.
castironpi at gmail.com
Thu Mar 5 15:53:41 CET 2009
On Mar 5, 8:44 am, nuwandame <nuwand... at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I have two objects obj1 and obj2. Inside obj1 there is an attribute for
> success (obj1.success) and for containing other objects (obj1.data)
> I am using setattr() to add obj2 as an attribute to obj1.data
> (obj1.data.obj2) this is working fine.
> My problem is when someone changes a variable in obj2 instance after it
> is added to obj1 e.g.
> obj1.data.obj2.success = False
> I am trying to figure out how to locate and access obj1.success when
> obj2.success has changed.
> Any assistance, pointers, ideas are much appreciated.
Hi. There's no way in general, but if you will make a few
assumptions, there are some possibilities. For example, you could
make 'obj1.success' a descriptor, which searches its '__dict__', and
looks for 'success' attributes in its contents.
How does that strike you?
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