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class PythonAttribute: (source)
PythonAttribute(name, onObject, loaded, pythonValue)
I represent a function, class, or other object that is present.
||Create a PythonAttribute. This is a private constructor. Do not construct me directly, use PythonModule.iterAttributes.|
||Return a boolean describing whether the attribute this describes has actually been loaded into memory by importing its module.|
||Load the value associated with this attribute.|
||the fully qualified python name of the attribute represented by this class.|
||a reference to a PythonModule or other PythonAttribute that is this attribute's logical parent.|
Create a PythonAttribute. This is a private constructor. Do not construct me directly, use PythonModule.iterAttributes.
|loaded||always True, for now|
|python||the value of the attribute we're pointing to.|
Return a boolean describing whether the attribute this describes has actually been loaded into memory by importing its module.
Note: this currently always returns true; there is no Python parser support in this module yet.
Load the value associated with this attribute.
|an arbitrary Python object, or 'default' if there is an error loading it.|
a reference to a PythonModule or other PythonAttribute that is this attribute's logical parent.