Chris Withers wrote:
> After more playing I've discovered that calling the resutl of aq_inner()
> appears to be a very bad idea ;-)
> The line:
> print self.aq_inner()
> in the __call__ method of a python product caused the python process to
> dump an 'unknown software exception'.
> Should that be so?
No. Sound's like a bug. Would you mind submitting a collector entry?
> Also, I thought aq_inner gave the contaiment context (presumably as a
> list?) but it just returns a single object.
It returns the innermost wrapped objects. IOW, it stips
off all levels of wrapping except one.
> So, how can I get the containment context of an object as a list?
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