Created on 2009-05-03.21:51:21 by pjenvey, last changed 2017-01-13.09:04:31 by stefan.richthofer.
||Author: Philip Jenvey (pjenvey)
In some places PySequence (and IIRC some other places) assume __len__
returns the real length of a sequence. That's not always the case for
derived objects. This is bound to break something at some point
Most places (outside of PySequence) use the real size when they should
(e.g. PyList/Tuple/String call size/length on themselves instead of
__len__ when needed) but the base PySequence doesn't have that luxury.
It should have a size() method it can rely on
||Author: Jim Baker (zyasoft)
+ Jython 2.7