Roman Klesel wrote at 2006-3-3 10:26 +0100:
>Yes, this is what I understood (at least I think so) now. So the question is:
>How will the method find out what object I want it to operate on if I call it
>in this way
>context/genGraphs or objref/genGraphs
It works for a PythonScript because in this case you acquire
an object (and not a method) and then call its method ("__call__").
The difference is that an object is acquired, not a method.
You can try to arrange things this way even with classes defined
You define a new class "WC", derived from "Implicit".
Its "__call__" method does, what you would like to happen.
In "__call__", you access the acquisition context with
In your class "C", you instantiate "WC":
test3 = WC()
You can then acquire "test3" (it now is an object, no longer
a method) and call it. In "test3.__call__", "self.aq_parent"
will be the object, from which you acquired "test3".
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