C-API: Get scope in function
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Sun Jan 17 22:16:55 CET 2010
En Sun, 17 Jan 2010 10:23:03 -0300, moerchendiser2k3
<googler.1.webmaster at spamgourmet.com> escribió:
> I have a small problem how to get the scope from a C-API function.
> Check out this code snippet:
> variable = 3
> def test():
> print variable #output: 3
> print globals() # ... 'variable': 3, ...
> In my case I know there is a variable in the scope where this function
> is called from, but I dont know how to get it.
Note that in this case the relevant scope is the one where the Python
function was *defined*, not where it is *called*.
> Check out:
> PyObject *MyFunction_Test(PyObject* self, PyObject *args, PyObject
> ... ?
> Is it possible to get the dictionary of the scope where this function
> is called from?
Yes, you can obtain the global variables of the current execution frame
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