> Hi Robert,
> On 1 Mrz., 00:15, Robert Bradshaw <rober...@math.washington.edu>
>> > Namely, cached_method tries to obtain certain attributes common to
>> > python functions from its argument. func_defaults is just one among
>> > others.
>> We don't have as much freedom here, as C-defined and python-defined
>> functions are quite different (standard library) objects. In this
>> case, cached_method should recognize
>> method_descriptors/builtin_function_or_method types and handle them
>> differently (if possible).
> Where is the source code for method_descriptor or
> builtin_function_or_method? What is needed to be cimported from where,
> in order to access the attributes corresponding to func_defaults and
The source code is in the Python library itself, e.g.
There's no direct analogue to many of these fields...
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