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authorMarcelo Lira <>2010-02-23 11:36:07 -0300
committerMarcelo Lira <>2010-02-23 11:42:11 -0300
commit26d74212fcdb0167c71a24872434b3787f2d322d (patch)
tree7b122e93b0b59b82ebe036a8a69bd822f3083c86 /tests/samplebinding/
parent14a56fd8500a8746bcc78c2b1cb0683e7de8010a (diff)
The C++-like enum values are now registered inside the related enums.
Originally the values of an enum were registered in the scope that enclosed the enum declaration, just like C++ does, now in addition to this the values are registered inside the enum type. To exemplify, the following C++ enum: Scope { enum Foo { Value }; }; can be accessed in Python as this: Scope.Value as well as this: Scope.Foo.Value The enum unit tests were expanded to check for this new behaviour. Reviewed by Luciano Wolf <>
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diff --git a/tests/samplebinding/ b/tests/samplebinding/
index bd173d85..53b4a9b3 100755
--- a/tests/samplebinding/
+++ b/tests/samplebinding/
@@ -33,6 +33,13 @@ from sample import SampleNamespace
class EnumTest(unittest.TestCase):
'''Test case for Python representation of C++ enums.'''
+ def testEnumValuesInsideEnum(self):
+ '''Enum values should be accessible inside the enum as well as outside.'''
+ for value_name in SampleNamespace.Option.values:
+ enum_item1 = getattr(SampleNamespace.Option, value_name)
+ enum_item2 = getattr(SampleNamespace, value_name)
+ self.assertEqual(enum_item1, enum_item2)
def testPassingIntegerOnEnumArgument(self):
'''Tries to use an integer in place of an enum argument.'''
self.assertRaises(TypeError, SampleNamespace.getNumber, 1)