[TIP] Mocking properties on an instance
michael at voidspace.org.uk
Mon Sep 12 05:34:37 PDT 2011
On 12/09/2011 13:27, Chris Wesseling wrote:
> On 2011-09-12T10:52:14+0100, Michael Foord wrote:
>> On 05/09/2011 09:11, Chris Wesseling wrote:
>>> On 2011-09-04T23:29:09+0100, Michael Foord wrote:
>>>>> (P.S. I really do wish python had a sortedset and frozendict type already but that is a different discussion :/ )
>>>> Indeed. :-)
>>>> (There was a proposal to make sets sorted by default. I'm not sure
>>>> what has happened to that though.)
>>> By default? Blegh. :-r
>> Why? What would the downside be?
> By definition they don't have order.
By *current definition* they are unordered. The proposal is to add ordering.
> So would it change the semantics of equality?
> set(range(5)) != set(range(4, -1, -1))
No it wouldn't, that would be backwards incompatible. You could check
order equivalence with:
list(set1) == list(set2)
Note that I don't know what happened to the proposal or if it still
stands any chance of inclusion. If it is implemented it will be done in
a backwards compatible way.
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