Non hashable object (without __dict__)
Arthur Mc Coy
1984docmccoy at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 15:07:21 CEST 2011
I have a C++ application, I used SWIG to call the python code. I pass
myModule.myObject object to the method of python code and what to
store it in JSON format.
The problem is when I do:
o = myModule.myObject()
inside python, the o object has __dict__ property, but if I take the
passed object o like:
def myMethod(self, objects):
for o in objects:
it fails saying no SwigPyObject does not have __dict__ property. The
only way to use o properties is to call it by name like here:
But in order to use json.dump( objects, file, default =
self.MyJSONEncode ) I MUST to pass to MyJSONEncode method an object
that has __dict__ as its property.
So, what is the best way to correct my objects, which are coming from C
++ code to make them available for putting in JSON format ?
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