>> from PA import A, ..... <whatever you need>
I am only using dtml and not writing directly python code !
So I do not believe this is possible.
>> Almost unbelievable.
But I will have again to do some test.
(I do not have the time right now, and I did most of my
test with the previous version of Zope)
What I will have to do:
- create a Package (Zope product).
- create a class in this package, and a method (my_method)
- create another package.
- create a class in this package that inherits the class of the other package.
- check that the method my_method is visible from within the second package.
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From: Dieter Maurer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Friday, August 18, 2000 9:49 PM
To: NABETH Thierry
Cc: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
Subject: RE: [Zope] Product inhetitance question (similar question)
NABETH Thierry writes:
> And what happen if the Class A is in a package PA.
> Clabb B is in a package PB.
> How do you access the namespace of PA from PB ?
from PA import A, ..... <whatever you need>
class B(A): ....
> When I have tried, the inherited methods from A where not visible
> from B, and I and to recreate a copie of the method.
> (which is ugly !!!).