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    • Morten Welinder's avatar
      Introspection fixes. · 773b1487
      Morten Welinder authored
      This hides all fields of the Workbook structure from introspection, thus
      making workbook_sheets visible.  Consequently, python users can now loop
      over sheets like this:
      
          for s in wb.sheets():
          	print(s.props.name)
      
      This commit also changes the return type of workbook_sheets to
      GPtrArray* since most users don't need the copying.
      773b1487
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    • Morten Welinder's avatar
      Tests: Ensure we load the in-tree introspection overrides. · d0eb9443
      Morten Welinder authored
      The old method of just setting the python load path does not work anymore.
      
      We now hook into low levels of python to make sure that any search for
      the overrides finds the in-tree copy.
      
      This isn't elegant, but introspection doesn't seem to be built with
      testing in mind.  Any python doesn't make it easy to substitute one
      file for another.
      d0eb9443
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