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Re: manipulating class attributes from a decorator while the classis being defined

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Wilbert Berendsen schrieb:
Hi, is it possible to manipulate class attributes from within a decorator
while the class is being defined?

I want to register methods with some additional values in a class attribute.
But I can't get a decorator to change a class attribute while the class is
still being defined. Something like:

class Parser(object):

regexps = []
def reg(regexp):
def deco(func):
regexps.append((regexp, func))
return func
return deco

def quoted_string(self):

How can I reach the class attribute `regexps' from within a decorator?
It's really tricky . The class object doesn't exists yet. It's created
after all functions are parsed and created. You have can walk up the
stack frames but it's ugly.


Jun 27 '08 #1
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