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Author ionelmc
Recipients Claudiu.Popa, belopolsky, christian.heimes, eric.snow, eryksun, ethan.furman, grahamd, ionelmc, jedwards, llllllllll, r.david.murray, rhettinger, steven.daprano, terry.reedy
Date 2016-05-23.13:46:51
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On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 5:08 PM, Eric Snow <> wrote:

> FYI, I'll re-iterate something I said before, there is a different
> approach you can take here if this is just an issue of proxying.  Use two
> different proxy types depending on if the proxied object is callable or not:
> class Proxy:
>     # all the proxy stuff...
> class CallableProxy(Proxy):
>     def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
>         ...
> def proxy(obj):
>     if callable(obj):
>         return CallableProxy(obj)
>     else:
>         return Proxy(obj)
> If that isn't a viable alternative then please explain your use case in
> more detail.  I'm sure we can find a solution that works for you.

​This does not work if I need to resolve the `obj` at a later time (way
later than the time I create the Proxy object). Unfortunately, I need
exactly that. Not sure how that wasn't clear from all the examples I posted
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