[Zope] Override a method of an instance in the ZODB?
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Thu May 27 16:19:39 EDT 2004
From: "Alec Mitchell" <apm13 at columbia.edu>
> Hello zope gurus,
> I'm wondering if it is possible to override a method on a single instance
> an object in the ZODB. My suspicion is no, but it doesn't hurt to ask.
> Specifically, I've tried:
> def userFolderDelUsers(self, names):
> from types import MethodType
> setattr(acl_users, 'userFolderDelUsers', MethodType(userFolderDelUsers,
> acl_users, acl_users.__class__))
> Which works fine until the transaction gets committed, at which point it
> with "TypeError: can't pickle function objects". Which seems pretty much
> like a lost cause. Can you only do this at the class level? Is there an
> unrelated way to accomplish the same goal (overriding a method, without
> monkeypatching or subclassing)?
How about simple acquisition?
| --Method AAA
| --Folder B
|-- Method AAA
Method AAA in Folder B will be found by acquisition before Method AAA in
Folder A (assuming you set up the path that way).
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