Expand standard functools to methods
Expand functools features to methods, classmethods, staticmethods and even for (unofficial) hybrid methods.
Use methodtools module instead of functools module. Than it will work as you expected.
from methodtools import lru_cache class A(object): # cached method. the storage lifetime follows `self` object @lru_cache() def cached_method(self, args): ... # cached classmethod. the storage lifetime follows `A` class @lru_cache() # the order is important! @classmethod # always lru_cache on top of classmethod def cached_classmethod(self, args): ... # cached staticmethod. the storage lifetime follows `A` class @lru_cache() # the order is important! @staticmethod # always lru_cache on top of classmethod def cached_staticmethod(self, args): ... @lru_cache() # just same as functools.lru_cache def cached_function(): ...
For now, methodtools only provides lru_cache. See above for example. See documentation of functools.lru_cache for arguments details.
PyPI is the recommended way.
$ pip install methodtools
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If you are working on Python 2, install also functools32.
This project is derived from Ring, a rich cache interface using the same method handling technique.
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