Decorating methods - where do my arguments go?

Mikael Olofsson mikael at isy.liu.se
Mon May 11 16:06:26 CEST 2009


George Sakkis wrote:
> Yes, just return an actual function from the decorator instead of a
> callable object:
> 
> def test_decorator2(func):
>     def wrapper(*args):
>         print 'Decorator2:', args
>         func(*args)
>     return wrapper
> 
> 
> class cls(object):
>     @test_decorator
>     def meth(self,*args):
>         print 'Method:   ', args
> 
>     @test_decorator2
>     def meth2(self,*args):
>         print 'Method2:   ', args

Thanks! This has the merit over Peter's solution that it seems to work 
for both functions and methods. However, as you can see from my answer 
to Peter, I think I will go for a class based approach anyway. Still, 
your answer helped me grasping the concepts.

/MiO



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