Wow! Now I' more confused than before

I create WrapperStr class because the __bobo_traverse__ of my product has
problems to return a str

But when I try to use it it has an error (I don't remember what, sorry) that
dissapears when I create the wrapper's __bobo_traverse__. I copy the
behavior from my product's __bobo_traverse__ (I don't know so much what I'm
doing I confess)

Then my wrapper is an intuitive wrapper

Can you lighten about how need to construct a good wrapper?


2007/3/23, Martijn Pieters <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

On 3/23/07, Garito <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I don't know if I understand what you say
> This is the code of one of my wrappers (str one):
> class WrapperStr(str):
>     """ """
>     __roles__ = None
>     def __bobo_traverse__(self, REQUEST, nombre):
>         obj = getattr(self, nombre, None)
>         if obj is None: return self
>         else: return obj

What kind of object is obj? It should probably be acquisition wrapped
(return obj.__of__(self).

> How could be the __call__? like:
> def __call__(self):
>   return <what to return here?>

The object returned from __bobo_traverse__ will be called by the
publisher, so *it* needs to implement __call__, but index_html and
__str__ may also do.

Martijn Pieters

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