| 1 | # The patch in #561 changes code generation for most special methods |
| 2 | # to remove the Cython-generated wrapper and let PyType_Ready() |
| 3 | # generate its own wrapper. (This wrapper would be used, for instance, |
| 4 | # when using the special method as a bound method.) |
| 5 | |
| 6 | # To test this, we go through and verify that each affected special |
| 7 | # method works as a bound method. |
| 8 | |
| 9 | __doc__ = u""" |
| 10 | >>> vs0 = VerySpecial(0) |
| 11 | VS __init__ 0 |
| 12 | >>> vs1 = VerySpecial(1) |
| 13 | VS __init__ 1 |
| 14 | >>> vs0_add = vs0.__add__ |
| 15 | >>> vs0_add(vs1) |
| 16 | VS __add__ 0 1 |
| 17 | >>> vs0_sub = vs0.__sub__ |
| 18 | >>> vs0_sub(vs1) |
| 19 | VS __sub__ 0 1 |
| 20 | >>> vs0_mul = vs0.__mul__ |
| 21 | >>> vs0_mul(vs1) |
| 22 | VS __mul__ 0 1 |
| 23 | >>> vs0_div = vs0.__div__ |
| 24 | >>> vs0_div(vs1) |
| 25 | VS __div__ 0 1 |
| 26 | >>> vs0_mod = vs0.__mod__ |
| 27 | >>> vs0_mod(vs1) |
| 28 | VS __mod__ 0 1 |
| 29 | >>> vs0_divmod = vs0.__divmod__ |
| 30 | >>> vs0_divmod(vs1) |
| 31 | VS __divmod__ 0 1 |
| 32 | >>> vs0_pow = vs0.__pow__ |
| 33 | >>> vs0_pow(vs1) |
| 34 | VS __pow__ pow(0, 1, None) |
| 35 | >>> vs0_pow(vs1, 13) |
| 36 | VS __pow__ pow(0, 1, 13) |
| 37 | >>> vs0_neg = vs0.__neg__ |
| 38 | >>> vs0_neg() |
| 39 | VS __neg__ 0 |
| 40 | >>> vs0_pos = vs0.__pos__ |
| 41 | >>> vs0_pos() |
| 42 | VS __pos__ 0 |
| 43 | >>> vs0_abs = vs0.__abs__ |
| 44 | >>> vs0_abs() |
| 45 | VS __abs__ 0 |
| 46 | >>> vs0_nonzero = vs0.__nonzero__ |
| 47 | >>> vs0_nonzero() |
| 48 | VS __nonzero__ 0 |
| 49 | False |
| 50 | >>> vs0_invert = vs0.__invert__ |
| 51 | >>> vs0_invert() |
| 52 | VS __invert__ 0 |
| 53 | >>> vs0_lshift = vs0.__lshift__ |
| 54 | >>> vs0_lshift(vs1) |
| 55 | VS __lshift__ 0 << 1 |
| 56 | >>> vs0_rshift = vs0.__rshift__ |
| 57 | >>> vs0_rshift(vs1) |
| 58 | VS __rshift__ 0 >> 1 |
| 59 | >>> vs0_and = vs0.__and__ |
| 60 | >>> vs0_and(vs1) |
| 61 | VS __and__ 0 & 1 |
| 62 | >>> vs0_xor = vs0.__xor__ |
| 63 | >>> vs0_xor(vs1) |
| 64 | VS __xor__ 0 ^ 1 |
| 65 | >>> vs0_or = vs0.__or__ |
| 66 | >>> vs0_or(vs1) |
| 67 | VS __or__ 0 | 1 |
| 68 | >>> vs0_int = vs0.__int__ |
| 69 | >>> vs0_int() |
| 70 | VS __int__ 0 |
| 71 | >>> vs0_long = vs0.__long__ |
| 72 | >>> vs0_long() |
| 73 | VS __long__ 0 |
| 74 | >>> vs0_float = vs0.__float__ |
| 75 | >>> vs0_float() |
| 76 | VS __float__ 0 |
| 77 | >>> vs0_oct = vs0.__oct__ |
| 78 | >>> vs0_oct() |
| 79 | VS __oct__ 0 |
| 80 | >>> vs0_hex = vs0.__hex__ |
| 81 | >>> vs0_hex() |
| 82 | VS __hex__ 0 |
| 83 | >>> vs0_iadd = vs0.__iadd__ |
| 84 | >>> vs0_iadd(vs1) |
| 85 | VS __iadd__ 0 += 1 |
| 86 | >>> vs0_isub = vs0.__isub__ |
| 87 | >>> vs0_isub(vs1) |
| 88 | VS __isub__ 0 -= 1 |
| 89 | >>> vs0_imul = vs0.__imul__ |
| 90 | >>> vs0_imul(vs1) |
| 91 | VS __imul__ 0 *= 1 |
| 92 | >>> vs0_idiv = vs0.__idiv__ |
| 93 | >>> vs0_idiv(vs1) |
| 94 | VS __idiv__ 0 /= 1 |
| 95 | >>> vs0_imod = vs0.__imod__ |
| 96 | >>> vs0_imod(vs1) |
| 97 | VS __imod__ 0 %= 1 |
| 98 | >>> vs0_ipow = vs0.__ipow__ |
| 99 | >>> vs0_ipow(vs1) |
| 100 | VS __ipow__ 0 1 |
| 101 | >>> vs0_ilshift = vs0.__ilshift__ |
| 102 | >>> vs0_ilshift(vs1) |
| 103 | VS __ilshift__ 0 <<= 1 |
| 104 | >>> vs0_irshift = vs0.__irshift__ |
| 105 | >>> vs0_irshift(vs1) |
| 106 | VS __irshift__ 0 >>= 1 |
| 107 | >>> vs0_iand = vs0.__iand__ |
| 108 | >>> vs0_iand(vs1) |
| 109 | VS __iand__ 0 &= 1 |
| 110 | >>> vs0_ixor = vs0.__ixor__ |
| 111 | >>> vs0_ixor(vs1) |
| 112 | VS __ixor__ 0 ^= 1 |
| 113 | >>> vs0_ior = vs0.__ior__ |
| 114 | >>> vs0_ior(vs1) |
| 115 | VS __ior__ 0 |= 1 |
| 116 | >>> vs0_floordiv = vs0.__floordiv__ |
| 117 | >>> vs0_floordiv(vs1) |
| 118 | VS __floordiv__ 0 / 1 |
| 119 | >>> vs0_truediv = vs0.__truediv__ |
| 120 | >>> vs0_truediv(vs1) |
| 121 | VS __truediv__ 0 / 1 |
| 122 | >>> vs0_ifloordiv = vs0.__ifloordiv__ |
| 123 | >>> vs0_ifloordiv(vs1) |
| 124 | VS __ifloordiv__ 0 /= 1 |
| 125 | >>> vs0_itruediv = vs0.__itruediv__ |
| 126 | >>> vs0_itruediv(vs1) |
| 127 | VS __itruediv__ 0 /= 1 |
| 128 | >>> # If you define an arithmetic method, you get wrapper objects for |
| 129 | >>> # the reversed version as well. (This behavior is unchanged by #561.) |
| 130 | >>> vs0_radd = vs0.__radd__ |
| 131 | >>> vs0_radd(vs1) |
| 132 | VS __add__ 1 0 |
| 133 | >>> vs0_rsub = vs0.__rsub__ |
| 134 | >>> vs0_rsub(vs1) |
| 135 | VS __sub__ 1 0 |
| 136 | >>> vs0_rmul = vs0.__rmul__ |
| 137 | >>> vs0_rmul(vs1) |
| 138 | VS __mul__ 1 0 |
| 139 | >>> vs0_rdiv = vs0.__rdiv__ |
| 140 | >>> vs0_rdiv(vs1) |
| 141 | VS __div__ 1 0 |
| 142 | >>> vs0_rmod = vs0.__rmod__ |
| 143 | >>> vs0_rmod(vs1) |
| 144 | VS __mod__ 1 0 |
| 145 | >>> vs0_rdivmod = vs0.__rdivmod__ |
| 146 | >>> vs0_rdivmod(vs1) |
| 147 | VS __divmod__ 1 0 |
| 148 | >>> vs0_rpow = vs0.__rpow__ |
| 149 | >>> vs0_rpow(vs1) |
| 150 | VS __pow__ pow(1, 0, None) |
| 151 | >>> vs0_rlshift = vs0.__rlshift__ |
| 152 | >>> vs0_rlshift(vs1) |
| 153 | VS __lshift__ 1 << 0 |
| 154 | >>> vs0_rrshift = vs0.__rrshift__ |
| 155 | >>> vs0_rrshift(vs1) |
| 156 | VS __rshift__ 1 >> 0 |
| 157 | >>> vs0_rand = vs0.__rand__ |
| 158 | >>> vs0_rand(vs1) |
| 159 | VS __and__ 1 & 0 |
| 160 | >>> vs0_rxor = vs0.__rxor__ |
| 161 | >>> vs0_rxor(vs1) |
| 162 | VS __xor__ 1 ^ 0 |
| 163 | >>> vs0_ror = vs0.__ror__ |
| 164 | >>> vs0_ror(vs1) |
| 165 | VS __or__ 1 | 0 |
| 166 | >>> vs0_rfloordiv = vs0.__rfloordiv__ |
| 167 | >>> vs0_rfloordiv(vs1) |
| 168 | VS __floordiv__ 1 / 0 |
| 169 | >>> vs0_rtruediv = vs0.__rtruediv__ |
| 170 | >>> vs0_rtruediv(vs1) |
| 171 | VS __truediv__ 1 / 0 |
| 172 | >>> vs0_index = vs0.__index__ |
| 173 | >>> vs0_index() |
| 174 | VS __index__ 0 |
| 175 | >>> vs0_getitem = vs0.__getitem__ |
| 176 | >>> vs0_getitem('foo') |
| 177 | VS __getitem__ 0['foo'] |
| 178 | >>> vs0_getslice = vs0.__getslice__ |
| 179 | >>> vs0_getslice(13, 42) |
| 180 | VS __getslice__ 0 13 42 |
| 181 | >>> # If you define either setslice or delslice, you get wrapper objects |
| 182 | >>> # for both methods. (This behavior is unchanged by #561.) |
| 183 | >>> ss_setslice = SetSlice().__setslice__ |
| 184 | >>> ss_setslice(13, 42, 'foo') |
| 185 | SetSlice setslice 13 42 'foo' |
| 186 | >>> ss_delslice = SetSlice().__delslice__ |
| 187 | >>> ss_delslice(13, 42) |
| 188 | Traceback (most recent call last): |
| 189 | ... |
| 190 | NotImplementedError: 2-element slice deletion not supported by special_methods_T561.SetSlice |
| 191 | >>> ds_setslice = DelSlice().__setslice__ |
| 192 | >>> ds_setslice(13, 42, 'foo') |
| 193 | Traceback (most recent call last): |
| 194 | ... |
| 195 | NotImplementedError: 2-element slice assignment not supported by special_methods_T561.DelSlice |
| 196 | >>> ds_delslice = DelSlice().__delslice__ |
| 197 | >>> ds_delslice(13, 42) |
| 198 | DelSlice delslice 13 42 |
| 199 | >>> sds_setslice = SetDelSlice().__setslice__ |
| 200 | >>> sds_setslice(13, 42, 'foo') |
| 201 | SetDelSlice setslice 13 42 'foo' |
| 202 | >>> sds_delslice = SetDelSlice().__delslice__ |
| 203 | >>> sds_delslice(13, 42) |
| 204 | SetDelSlice delslice 13 42 |
| 205 | >>> vs0_contains = vs0.__contains__ |
| 206 | >>> vs0_contains(vs1) |
| 207 | VS __contains__ 0 1 |
| 208 | False |
| 209 | >>> vs0_len = vs0.__len__ |
| 210 | >>> vs0_len() |
| 211 | VS __len__ 0 |
| 212 | 0 |
| 213 | >>> # If you define either setitem or delitem, you get wrapper objects |
| 214 | >>> # for both methods. (This behavior is unchanged by #561.) |
| 215 | >>> si_setitem = SetItem().__setitem__ |
| 216 | >>> si_setitem('foo', 'bar') |
| 217 | SetItem setitem 'foo' 'bar' |
| 218 | >>> si_delitem = SetItem().__delitem__ |
| 219 | >>> si_delitem('foo') |
| 220 | Traceback (most recent call last): |
| 221 | ... |
| 222 | NotImplementedError: Subscript deletion not supported by special_methods_T561.SetItem |
| 223 | >>> di_setitem = DelItem().__setitem__ |
| 224 | >>> di_setitem('foo', 'bar') |
| 225 | Traceback (most recent call last): |
| 226 | ... |
| 227 | NotImplementedError: Subscript assignment not supported by special_methods_T561.DelItem |
| 228 | >>> di_delitem = DelItem().__delitem__ |
| 229 | >>> di_delitem('foo') |
| 230 | DelItem delitem 'foo' |
| 231 | >>> sdi_setitem = SetDelItem().__setitem__ |
| 232 | >>> sdi_setitem('foo', 'bar') |
| 233 | SetDelItem setitem 'foo' 'bar' |
| 234 | >>> sdi_delitem = SetDelItem().__delitem__ |
| 235 | >>> sdi_delitem('foo') |
| 236 | SetDelItem delitem 'foo' |
| 237 | >>> vs0_cmp = vs0.__cmp__ |
| 238 | >>> vs0_cmp(vs1) |
| 239 | VS __cmp__ 0 1 |
| 240 | 0 |
| 241 | >>> vs0_repr = vs0.__repr__ |
| 242 | >>> vs0_repr() |
| 243 | VS __repr__ 0 |
| 244 | >>> vs0_hash = vs0.__hash__ |
| 245 | >>> vs0_hash() |
| 246 | VS __hash__ 0 |
| 247 | 1000 |
| 248 | >>> vs0_call = vs0.__call__ |
| 249 | >>> vs0_call(vs1) |
| 250 | VS __call__ 0(1) |
| 251 | >>> vs0_str = vs0.__str__ |
| 252 | >>> vs0_str() |
| 253 | VS __str__ 0 |
| 254 | >>> # If you define either a __getattr__ or a __getattribute__, you get |
| 255 | >>> # only a __getattribute__ method. (Without #561, defining __getattr__ |
| 256 | >>> # would give you both __getattr__ and __getattribute__.) |
| 257 | >>> g00 = object.__getattribute__(GetAttr(), '__getattr__') |
| 258 | Traceback (most recent call last): |
| 259 | ... |
| 260 | AttributeError: 'special_methods_T561.GetAttr' object has no attribute '__getattr__' |
| 261 | >>> g01 = object.__getattribute__(GetAttr(), '__getattribute__') |
| 262 | >>> g01('attr') |
| 263 | GetAttr getattr 'attr' |
| 264 | >>> g10 = object.__getattribute__(GetAttribute(), '__getattr__') |
| 265 | Traceback (most recent call last): |
| 266 | ... |
| 267 | AttributeError: 'special_methods_T561.GetAttribute' object has no attribute '__getattr__' |
| 268 | >>> g11 = object.__getattribute__(GetAttribute(), '__getattribute__') |
| 269 | >>> g11('attr') |
| 270 | GetAttribute getattribute 'attr' |
| 271 | >>> # If you define either setattr or delattr, you get wrapper objects |
| 272 | >>> # for both methods. (This behavior is unchanged by #561.) |
| 273 | >>> sa_setattr = SetAttr().__setattr__ |
| 274 | >>> sa_setattr('foo', 'bar') |
| 275 | SetAttr setattr 'foo' 'bar' |
| 276 | >>> sa_delattr = SetAttr().__delattr__ |
| 277 | >>> sa_delattr('foo') |
| 278 | Traceback (most recent call last): |
| 279 | ... |
| 280 | AttributeError: 'special_methods_T561.SetAttr' object has no attribute 'foo' |
| 281 | >>> da_setattr = DelAttr().__setattr__ |
| 282 | >>> da_setattr('foo', 'bar') |
| 283 | Traceback (most recent call last): |
| 284 | ... |
| 285 | AttributeError: 'special_methods_T561.DelAttr' object has no attribute 'foo' |
| 286 | >>> da_delattr = DelAttr().__delattr__ |
| 287 | >>> da_delattr('foo') |
| 288 | DelAttr delattr 'foo' |
| 289 | >>> sda_setattr = SetDelAttr().__setattr__ |
| 290 | >>> sda_setattr('foo', 'bar') |
| 291 | SetDelAttr setattr 'foo' 'bar' |
| 292 | >>> sda_delattr = SetDelAttr().__delattr__ |
| 293 | >>> sda_delattr('foo') |
| 294 | SetDelAttr delattr 'foo' |
| 295 | >>> # If you define __richcmp__, you get all of __lt__, __le__, |
| 296 | >>> # __eq__, __ne__, __gt__, __ge__ (this behavior is unchanged by #561). |
| 297 | >>> # (you don't get a __richcmp__ method, because it doesn't have a |
| 298 | >>> # Python signature) |
| 299 | >>> vs0_lt = vs0.__lt__ |
| 300 | >>> vs0_lt(vs1) |
| 301 | VS richcmp 0 1 (kind=0) |
| 302 | >>> vs0_le = vs0.__le__ |
| 303 | >>> vs0_le(vs1) |
| 304 | VS richcmp 0 1 (kind=1) |
| 305 | >>> vs0_eq = vs0.__eq__ |
| 306 | >>> vs0_eq(vs1) |
| 307 | VS richcmp 0 1 (kind=2) |
| 308 | >>> vs0_ne = vs0.__ne__ |
| 309 | >>> vs0_ne(vs1) |
| 310 | VS richcmp 0 1 (kind=3) |
| 311 | >>> vs0_gt = vs0.__gt__ |
| 312 | >>> vs0_gt(vs1) |
| 313 | VS richcmp 0 1 (kind=4) |
| 314 | >>> vs0_ge = vs0.__ge__ |
| 315 | >>> vs0_ge(vs1) |
| 316 | VS richcmp 0 1 (kind=5) |
| 317 | >>> vs0_iter = vs0.__iter__ |
| 318 | >>> vs0_iter() |
| 319 | VS __iter__ 0 |
| 320 | >>> # If you define __next__, you get both __next__ and next (this behavior |
| 321 | >>> # is unchanged by T561) |
| 322 | >>> vs0_next = vs0.__next__ |
| 323 | >>> vs0_next() |
| 324 | VS next/__next__ 0 |
| 325 | >>> vs0_next2 = vs0.next |
| 326 | >>> vs0_next2() |
| 327 | VS next/__next__ 0 |
| 328 | >>> vs0_get = vs0.__get__ |
| 329 | >>> vs0_get('instance', 'owner') |
| 330 | VS __get__ 0 'instance' 'owner' |
| 331 | >>> # If you define either set or delete, you get wrapper objects |
| 332 | >>> # for both methods. (This behavior is unchanged by #561.) |
| 333 | >>> s_set = Set().__set__ |
| 334 | >>> s_set('instance', 'val') |
| 335 | Set set 'instance' 'val' |
| 336 | >>> s_delete = Set().__delete__ |
| 337 | >>> s_delete('instance') |
| 338 | Traceback (most recent call last): |
| 339 | ... |
| 340 | NotImplementedError: __delete__ |
| 341 | >>> d_set = Delete().__set__ |
| 342 | >>> d_set('instance', 'val') |
| 343 | Traceback (most recent call last): |
| 344 | ... |
| 345 | NotImplementedError: __set__ |
| 346 | >>> d_delete = Delete().__delete__ |
| 347 | >>> d_delete('instance') |
| 348 | Delete delete 'instance' |
| 349 | >>> sd_set = SetDelete().__set__ |
| 350 | >>> sd_set('instance', 'val') |
| 351 | SetDelete set 'instance' 'val' |
| 352 | >>> sd_delete = SetDelete().__delete__ |
| 353 | >>> sd_delete('instance') |
| 354 | SetDelete delete 'instance' |
| 355 | >>> vs0_init = vs0.__init__ |
| 356 | >>> vs0_init(0) |
| 357 | VS __init__ 0 |
| 358 | >>> # If you define __long__, you also get a wrapper object for __int__. |
| 359 | >>> # (This behavior is unchanged by #561.) |
| 360 | >>> Ll = Long().__long__ |
| 361 | >>> Ll() |
| 362 | Long __long__ |
| 363 | >>> Li = Long().__int__ |
| 364 | >>> Li() |
| 365 | Long __long__ |
| 366 | """ |
| 367 | |
| 368 | cdef class VerySpecial: |
| 369 | cdef readonly int value |
| 370 | |
| 371 | def __init__(self, v): |
| 372 | self.value = v |
| 373 | print "VS __init__ %d" % self.value |
| 374 | |
| 375 | def __add__(self, other): |
| 376 | print "VS __add__ %d %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 377 | |
| 378 | def __sub__(self, other): |
| 379 | print "VS __sub__ %d %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 380 | |
| 381 | def __mul__(self, other): |
| 382 | print "VS __mul__ %d %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 383 | |
| 384 | def __div__(self, other): |
| 385 | print "VS __div__ %d %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 386 | |
| 387 | def __mod__(self, other): |
| 388 | print "VS __mod__ %d %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 389 | |
| 390 | def __divmod__(self, other): |
| 391 | print "VS __divmod__ %d %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 392 | |
| 393 | def __pow__(self, other, mod): |
| 394 | print "VS __pow__ pow(%d, %d, %r)" % (self.value, other.value, mod) |
| 395 | |
| 396 | def __lshift__(self, other): |
| 397 | print "VS __lshift__ %d << %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 398 | |
| 399 | def __rshift__(self, other): |
| 400 | print "VS __rshift__ %d >> %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 401 | |
| 402 | def __and__(self, other): |
| 403 | print "VS __and__ %d & %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 404 | |
| 405 | def __xor__(self, other): |
| 406 | print "VS __xor__ %d ^ %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 407 | |
| 408 | def __or__(self, other): |
| 409 | print "VS __or__ %d | %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 410 | |
| 411 | def __floordiv__(self, other): |
| 412 | print "VS __floordiv__ %d / %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 413 | |
| 414 | def __truediv__(self, other): |
| 415 | print "VS __truediv__ %d / %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 416 | |
| 417 | def __neg__(self): |
| 418 | print "VS __neg__ %d" % self.value |
| 419 | |
| 420 | def __pos__(self): |
| 421 | print "VS __pos__ %d" % self.value |
| 422 | |
| 423 | def __abs__(self): |
| 424 | print "VS __abs__ %d" % self.value |
| 425 | |
| 426 | def __nonzero__(self): |
| 427 | print "VS __nonzero__ %d" % self.value |
| 428 | |
| 429 | def __invert__(self): |
| 430 | print "VS __invert__ %d" % self.value |
| 431 | |
| 432 | def __int__(self): |
| 433 | print "VS __int__ %d" % self.value |
| 434 | |
| 435 | def __long__(self): |
| 436 | print "VS __long__ %d" % self.value |
| 437 | |
| 438 | def __float__(self): |
| 439 | print "VS __float__ %d" % self.value |
| 440 | |
| 441 | def __oct__(self): |
| 442 | print "VS __oct__ %d" % self.value |
| 443 | |
| 444 | def __hex__(self): |
| 445 | print "VS __hex__ %d" % self.value |
| 446 | |
| 447 | def __iadd__(self, other): |
| 448 | print "VS __iadd__ %d += %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 449 | |
| 450 | def __isub__(self, other): |
| 451 | print "VS __isub__ %d -= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 452 | |
| 453 | def __imul__(self, other): |
| 454 | print "VS __imul__ %d *= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 455 | |
| 456 | def __idiv__(self, other): |
| 457 | print "VS __idiv__ %d /= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 458 | |
| 459 | def __imod__(self, other): |
| 460 | print "VS __imod__ %d %%= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 461 | |
| 462 | def __ipow__(self, other, mod): |
| 463 | # We must declare mod as an argument, but we must not touch it |
| 464 | # or we'll get a segfault. See #562 |
| 465 | print "VS __ipow__ %d %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 466 | |
| 467 | def __ilshift__(self, other): |
| 468 | print "VS __ilshift__ %d <<= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 469 | |
| 470 | def __irshift__(self, other): |
| 471 | print "VS __irshift__ %d >>= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 472 | |
| 473 | def __iand__(self, other): |
| 474 | print "VS __iand__ %d &= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 475 | |
| 476 | def __ixor__(self, other): |
| 477 | print "VS __ixor__ %d ^= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 478 | |
| 479 | def __ior__(self, other): |
| 480 | print "VS __ior__ %d |= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 481 | |
| 482 | def __ifloordiv__(self, other): |
| 483 | print "VS __ifloordiv__ %d /= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 484 | |
| 485 | def __itruediv__(self, other): |
| 486 | print "VS __itruediv__ %d /= %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 487 | |
| 488 | def __index__(self): |
| 489 | print "VS __index__ %d" % self.value |
| 490 | |
| 491 | def __getitem__(self, index): |
| 492 | print "VS __getitem__ %d[%r]" % (self.value, index) |
| 493 | |
| 494 | def __getslice__(self, a, b): |
| 495 | print "VS __getslice__ %d %d %d" % (self.value, a, b) |
| 496 | |
| 497 | def __contains__(self, other): |
| 498 | print "VS __contains__ %d %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 499 | |
| 500 | def __len__(self): |
| 501 | print "VS __len__ %d" % (self.value) |
| 502 | |
| 503 | def __cmp__(self, other): |
| 504 | print "VS __cmp__ %d %d" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 505 | |
| 506 | def __repr__(self): |
| 507 | print "VS __repr__ %d" % self.value |
| 508 | |
| 509 | def __hash__(self): |
| 510 | print "VS __hash__ %d" % self.value |
| 511 | return self.value + 1000 |
| 512 | |
| 513 | def __call__(self, other): |
| 514 | print "VS __call__ %d(%d)" % (self.value, other.value) |
| 515 | |
| 516 | def __str__(self): |
| 517 | print "VS __str__ %d" % self.value |
| 518 | |
| 519 | def __richcmp__(self, other, kind): |
| 520 | print "VS richcmp %d %d (kind=%r)" % (self.value, other.value, kind) |
| 521 | |
| 522 | def __iter__(self): |
| 523 | print "VS __iter__ %d" % self.value |
| 524 | |
| 525 | def __next__(self): |
| 526 | print "VS next/__next__ %d" % self.value |
| 527 | |
| 528 | def __get__(self, inst, own): |
| 529 | print "VS __get__ %d %r %r" % (self.value, inst, own) |
| 530 | |
| 531 | cdef class SetSlice: |
| 532 | def __setslice__(self, a, b, value): |
| 533 | print "SetSlice setslice %d %d %r" % (a, b, value) |
| 534 | |
| 535 | cdef class DelSlice: |
| 536 | def __delslice__(self, a, b): |
| 537 | print "DelSlice delslice %d %d" % (a, b) |
| 538 | |
| 539 | cdef class SetDelSlice: |
| 540 | def __setslice__(self, a, b, value): |
| 541 | print "SetDelSlice setslice %d %d %r" % (a, b, value) |
| 542 | |
| 543 | def __delslice__(self, a, b): |
| 544 | print "SetDelSlice delslice %d %d" % (a, b) |
| 545 | |
| 546 | cdef class SetItem: |
| 547 | def __setitem__(self, index, value): |
| 548 | print "SetItem setitem %r %r" % (index, value) |
| 549 | |
| 550 | cdef class DelItem: |
| 551 | def __delitem__(self, index): |
| 552 | print "DelItem delitem %r" % index |
| 553 | |
| 554 | cdef class SetDelItem: |
| 555 | def __setitem__(self, index, value): |
| 556 | print "SetDelItem setitem %r %r" % (index, value) |
| 557 | |
| 558 | def __delitem__(self, index): |
| 559 | print "SetDelItem delitem %r" % index |
| 560 | |
| 561 | cdef class GetAttr: |
| 562 | def __getattr__(self, attr): |
| 563 | print "GetAttr getattr %r" % attr |
| 564 | |
| 565 | cdef class GetAttribute: |
| 566 | def __getattribute__(self, attr): |
| 567 | print "GetAttribute getattribute %r" % attr |
| 568 | |
| 569 | cdef class SetAttr: |
| 570 | def __setattr__(self, attr, val): |
| 571 | print "SetAttr setattr %r %r" % (attr, val) |
| 572 | |
| 573 | cdef class DelAttr: |
| 574 | def __delattr__(self, attr): |
| 575 | print "DelAttr delattr %r" % attr |
| 576 | |
| 577 | cdef class SetDelAttr: |
| 578 | def __setattr__(self, attr, val): |
| 579 | print "SetDelAttr setattr %r %r" % (attr, val) |
| 580 | |
| 581 | def __delattr__(self, attr): |
| 582 | print "SetDelAttr delattr %r" % attr |
| 583 | |
| 584 | cdef class Set: |
| 585 | def __set__(self, inst, val): |
| 586 | print "Set set %r %r" % (inst, val) |
| 587 | |
| 588 | cdef class Delete: |
| 589 | def __delete__(self, inst): |
| 590 | print "Delete delete %r" % inst |
| 591 | |
| 592 | cdef class SetDelete: |
| 593 | def __set__(self, inst, val): |
| 594 | print "SetDelete set %r %r" % (inst, val) |
| 595 | |
| 596 | def __delete__(self, inst): |
| 597 | print "SetDelete delete %r" % inst |
| 598 | |
| 599 | cdef class Long: |
| 600 | def __long__(self): |
| 601 | print "Long __long__" |