Chris Withers wrote:
> Shane Hathaway wrote:
> > > Will there be any access to the method/object that is being overridden
> > > from inside the one overriding it? Something like:
> > >
> > > 'self.__class__.my_method("blah")'
> > Depends on whether the original method comes from a ZClass or product.
> > If so, yes. But if it's a regular object that's marked as replaceable
> > and it's replaced, the original will vanish.
> Will it re-appear when the replacement is deleted?
> That could be confusing...
No, and I think it's really not confusing, since it's quite a strange
and rare thing to set __replaceable__=ObjectManager.REPLACEABLE on a
normal instance. :-/
Think of it more like Python instances vs. classes. Setting
__replaceable__=REPLACEABLE on a ZClass method is like setting a class
attribute in Python, then overriding it in an instance is like setting
an instance attribute. If you set __replaceable__=REPLACEABLE on an
instance attribute, then replace it, it's like setting "foo.a = bar"
then "foo.a = boo". The reference to "bar" disappears without any
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