[wingide-users] double-underscore (private) variables and the debug probe
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Tue Apr 4 09:38:36 EDT 2006
On Tue, 4 Apr 2006, Chris Curvey wrote:
> Just curious if this is a feature or not.
> If I have a class like this:
> class Foo:
> def bar(self):
> self.__snafu = 1
> and I set a breakpoint at doSomethingElse(), and try to interrogate
> "self.__snafu" in the debug probe, I'm told that "class Foo has no attribute
> __snafu". Of course, this is just because of the name-mangling; if I
> interrogate self._Foo__snafu, then I get what I'm looking for.
> Any chance we could get Wing to do the name-mangling on its own?
Eventually, yes. It's on our list to fix. Hmm, this might be
easier than I originally thought -- I think we can always replace
self.__ with self._classname__ for the current stack frame as
long as it's outside of a string. I've been hesitant to mess
with strings input into the debug probe but it might be a valid
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