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Author gruszczy
Recipients ebehar, eric.smith, ezio.melotti, gruszczy, r.david.murray, rhettinger
Date 2010-03-18.21:25:53
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My first intention was simply to push mapping from args to kwargs, just like Eric suggested, but that didn't help with __missing__, only with accepting a dict instead of pushing keyword arguments.

I didn't like explicitly asking for __missing__ either, but since I have little knowledge of what should be called, I didn't know what to use. I too believe something else the PyDict_GetItem should be called, something that would take care of __missing__ and other possibilities (I don't know what exactly and really would like to know what these are) internally.

I am going to check, whether PyMapping_GetItemString is going to help. But can this really be called on a dict (or a subclass of dict)? What about retrieving getitem method from the given object and simply calling it? Wouldn't that do the trick?
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