Michael Droettboom <mdroe@...83...> writes:
It shouldn't always return True -- it should return a tuple of type
(bool, dict). The first element is whether it's inside, and the second
is a dictionary of indices of subobjects (used only for Collections).
Unfortunately, this tuple always evaluates to True. Have you tried
changing your contains test from ".contains()" to ".contains()"?
If that's not what's happening for you, can you send a self-contained
example that illustrates this bug?
(I noticed the looking_glass.py example has this bug -- I'll fix that.)
You're right. I keep making these dumb mistakes... This time it was made worst
cause the looking_glass.py example did the same.