subclassing an extension (non built-in) class / type in python 3.2
Marc.Gronle at gmx.de
Thu Apr 28 23:13:52 CEST 2011
I read in the extending and embedding documentation of python 3, that it is easily possible to subclass or subtype a built-in type. However, in my case, I would like to subclass a class, defined in a external python-file (py), which I can import in my C++-application and access the class by the module's dictionary.
Does anybody have an example or just a hint, how to successfully realize this type of inheritance?
I will be grateful for every response.
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