Something that just struck me. I want to add, to all the nodes on a multi-level subtree, two child nodes. Here's the code I used: for nd in reversed([i for i in p.subtree_iter()]): nd.insertAsLastChild().h = 'src' nd.insertAsLastChild().h = 'clip'c.redraw() I don't think that would have worked without the reversed(), maybe because positions would get corrupted (maybe not, after the recent addition of .copy() on iterator yields?), but definitely because it would end up recursively adding the pair of child nodes to themselves. Point is this works because you're starting at the bottom, document order wise, and working up, so you don't encounter nodes you've just added, or corrupt any positions. Might be nice to have a p.subtree_reversed_iterator() to avoid creating the list of positions, not an issue in my case (~10 positions), but such an iterator would be useful for making changes across a whole tree without tripping over your changes. Heh, I guess the above would have needed an i.copy() for i... to work before the recent .copy() change. I'll add an enhancement item on github is this seems reasonable. Cheers -Terry
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