[Grok-dev] Problem with a container

Souheil CHELFOUH trollfot at gmail.com
Fri Jun 12 11:20:20 EDT 2009

I don't understand your explanation. Can you post the code ? It looks
like a simple problem, but best is to post your code so we can give
you a precise answer

2009/6/12 rockaroundtheclock <battlefox at gmail.com>:
> I'm net to Grok, and have a simple problem:
> I got a container in a module "xyz" called "Times". The container contains a
> list of Objects (Instances of a class). With "for x in
> self.context.values()" , I can access the objects of the container without
> problems,
> but if I try to do that in another module (let's say "abc" + import of the
> first module "xyz"), I'm unable to access the objects in the container
> (tried with "xyz.Times.values()").
> I recieve following error:
> TypeError: unbound method values() must be called with Times instance as
> first argument (got nothing instead)
> Any Idea, or tip how to acces values of a container from outside the module
> the container-class belongs to?
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