Michel Pelletier wrote:
> Sorta.  There is a bindings tab on PythonMethods where you assign names
> to various variables that show up in your namespace.  'self' is the
> container.  'context' is the context.  So:
> self.objectValues()
> will allways call the container whereas:
> context.objectValues()
> will call the method on the currently bound object.

...but can you bind self to the context or, more perversely, context to
the container?

> Unfortunately, complex also means "too hard for me to think too hard
> about".  Any volunteers?

How about the person who suggested it? ;-)



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