Ticket #567 (new defect)
Opened 3 years ago
super doesn't work with cpdef methods
|Reported by:||robertwb||Owned by:||somebody|
On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 1:32 PM, Ken wrote:
> Having a bit of a problem with the super keyword in cpdef functions. > It works for __init__ and friends, but not this: > > cdef class A: > cpdef foo(self): > print "Foo" > > cdef class B(A): > cpdef foo(self): > super(B,self).foo() > print "Bar" > > cdef class C(B): > cpdef foo(self): > super(C,self).foo() > print "Plugh" > > Calling foo from C results in an infinite recursion between B.foo and > C.foo. > If this were python code (and A extended object), this would work. > Making A extend object doesn't help in the cython code. Changing > super(C,self).foo() to B.foo(self) and super(B,self).foo() to > A.foo(self) makes it work.
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