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Redo: Problem with dynamic creation of classes.

Sorry, I had a small description problem. It's corrected below.

I have a base class B and a derived class D which inherits from B. I also
have a D2 class which inherits from D. D is used as a base class for most
of my generated classes. I have a "special" class which inherits from D2
because I need to override a couple of its methods. Anything based on D
will inherit Encode and Decode from B.

class D(b.B):
def __init__(self, data, timestamp = None):
b.B.__init__(self, data)
self.timestamp = timestamp

class D2( D ):
def __init__(self, data, timestamp = None):
DS.__init__(self, data, timestamp)
def Decode(self):
pass
def Encode(self):
pass

The generated classes come from this loop:

for m in mdefs:
mdef = mdefs[m]
name = mdef['name'] + fbase
if mdef.has_key('baseclass'):
base_class_seq = mdef['baseclass']
else:
base_class_seq = DEFAULT_BASE_CLASS
nclass = new.classobj( name, base_class_seq, globals() )

base_class_seq is either going to be (D,) or (D2,)

After I get through the class generation, I want to say
globals()['IFRAMED2'].Decode = dynDecode
globals()['IFRAMED2'].Encode = dynEncode
for the one class that inherited from D2. If I do that, I find that *all*
classes that call Encode or Decode are all calling dyn{En,De}code (which
is exactly what I *don't* want).

So I looked at the id values after class generation.

print 'IFRAMED2.Encode = ', IFRAMED2.Encode, id(IFRAMED2.Encode)
print 'SNRMD.Encode = ', SNRMD.Encode, id(SNRMD.Encode)
print 'IFRAMED2 = ', IFRAMED2, id(IFRAMED2)
print 'SNRMD = ', SNRMD, id(SNRMD)
IFRAMED2.Decode = dynDecode
IFRAMED2.Encode = dynEncode
print 'IFRAMED2.Encode = ', IFRAMED2.Encode, id(IFRAMED2.Encode)
print 'SNRMD.Encode = ', SNRMD.Encode, id(SNRMD.Encode)

Here's the output:

IFRAMED2.Encode = <unbound method IFRAMED2.Encode1100623660
SNRMD.Encode = <unbound method SNRMD.Encode1100623660
IFRAMED2 = d.IFRAMED2 1076299644
SNRMD = d.SNRMD 1103202364
IFRAMED2.Encode = <unbound method IFRAMED2.dynEncode1100623660
SNRMD.Encode = <unbound method SNRMD.dynEncode1100623660

So it looks like the IFRAMED2 class which inherits from D2 is starting out
with the same id value for Encode as SNRMD which inherits from D, even
though D2 defines its own Encode method.

Is it me of is it the interpreter doing something wrong?

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Aug 23 '07 #1
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On Thu, 23 Aug 2007 16:55:21 -0400, Steven W. Orr wrote:
So it looks like the IFRAMED2 class which inherits from D2 is starting out
with the same id value for Encode as SNRMD which inherits from D, even
though D2 defines its own Encode method.

Is it me of is it the interpreter doing something wrong?
Hard to tell without seeing where `IFRAMED2` is bound and without knowing
what you actually want to do. Can you provide a self contained example
that people here can actually try!?

Ciao,
Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch
Aug 23 '07 #2

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