Commit 4c51a541 authored by Jasper St. Pierre's avatar Jasper St. Pierre Committed by Martin Pitt
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Fix boxed type equality

Each boxed type has its own Python type, not PyGBoxed_Type. Use
PyObject_IsInstance instead of comparing against PyGBoxed_Type directly.

Signed-off-by: default avatarMartin Pitt <>
parent dc8eef26
......@@ -50,7 +50,8 @@ pyg_boxed_dealloc(PyGBoxed *self)
static PyObject*
pyg_boxed_richcompare(PyObject *self, PyObject *other, int op)
if (Py_TYPE(self) == Py_TYPE(other) && Py_TYPE(self) == &PyGBoxed_Type)
if (Py_TYPE(self) == Py_TYPE(other) &&
PyObject_IsInstance(self, (PyObject*)&PyGBoxed_Type))
return _pyglib_generic_ptr_richcompare(((PyGBoxed*)self)->boxed,
......@@ -556,6 +556,14 @@ class TestProperties(unittest.TestCase):
self.assertTrue(isinstance(object_.props.boxed, Everything.TestBoxed))
self.assertEqual(object_.props.boxed.some_int8, 42)
def test_boxed_equality(self):
boxed = Everything.TestBoxedC()
# TestBoxedC uses refcounting, so we know that
# the pointer is the same when copied
copy = boxed.copy()
self.assertEqual(boxed, copy)
self.assertNotEqual(id(boxed), id(copy))
def test_gtype(self):
object_ = Everything.TestObj()
self.assertEqual(object_.props.gtype, GObject.TYPE_INVALID)
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