Is it possible to leave a parent class unspecified until an instance is created?
e.g. something like this:
class SomeParentClass: # something class Child(unspecifiedParentClass): # something instance = Child(SomeParentClass)
This obviously does not work. But is it possible to do this somehow?
Have you tried something like this?
class SomeParentClass(object): # ... pass def Child(parent): class Child(parent): # ... pass return Child() instance = Child(SomeParentClass)
In Python 2.x, also be sure to include
object as the parent class's superclass, to use new-style classes.