nutznetz-0c1b6768-bfa9-48d5-a470-7603bd3aa915 at spamschutz.glglgl.de
Fri Mar 23 10:56:35 CET 2012
I understand why contextlib.nested is deprecated.
But if I write a program for an old python version w/o the multiple form
of with, I have (nearly) no other choice.
In order to avoid the following construct to fail:
with nested(open("f1"), open("f2")) as (f1, f2):
(f1 wouldn't be closed if opening f2 fails)
I could imagine writing a context manager which moves initialization
into its __enter__:
def late_init(f, *a, **k):
r = f(*a, **k)
with r as c: yield c
Am I right thinking that
with nested(late_init(open, "f1"), late_init(open, "f2")) as (f1, f2):
will suffice here to make it "clean"?
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