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File boost-allow_duplicate_enum_values.patch of Package boost-openSUSE_Factory

Index: libs/python/src/object/enum.cpp
===================================================================
--- libs/python/src/object/enum.cpp.orig	2007-11-25 18:38:02.000000000 +0000
+++ libs/python/src/object/enum.cpp	2010-01-24 16:49:18.444021752 +0000
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
 #include <boost/python/object_protocol.hpp>
 #include <structmember.h>
 
-namespace boost { namespace python { namespace objects { 
+namespace boost { namespace python { namespace objects {
 
 struct enum_object
 {
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ extern "C"
             char* name = PyString_AsString(self->name);
             if (name == 0)
                 return 0;
-            
+
             return PyString_FromFormat("%s.%s.%s", mod, self_->ob_type->tp_name, name);
         }
     }
@@ -139,15 +139,16 @@ namespace
       dict d;
       d["__slots__"] = tuple();
       d["values"] = dict();
+      d["names"] = dict();
 
       object module_name = module_prefix();
       if (module_name)
          d["__module__"] = module_name;
       if (doc)
          d["__doc__"] = doc;
-      
+
       object result = (object(metatype))(name, make_tuple(base), d);
-      
+
       scope().attr(name) = result;
 
       return result;
@@ -167,7 +168,7 @@ enum_base::enum_base(
     converter::registration& converters
         = const_cast<converter::registration&>(
             converter::registry::lookup(id));
-            
+
     converters.m_class_object = downcast<PyTypeObject>(this->ptr());
     converter::registry::insert(to_python, id);
     converter::registry::insert(convertible, construct, id);
@@ -186,23 +187,24 @@ void enum_base::add_value(char const* na
 
     dict d = extract<dict>(this->attr("values"))();
     d[value] = x;
-    
+
     // Set the name field in the new enum instanec
     enum_object* p = downcast<enum_object>(x.ptr());
     Py_XDECREF(p->name);
     p->name = incref(name.ptr());
+
+    dict names_dict = extract<dict>(this->attr("names"))();
+    names_dict[x.attr("name")] = x;
 }
 
 void enum_base::export_values()
 {
-    dict d = extract<dict>(this->attr("values"))();
-    list values = d.values();
+    dict d = extract<dict>(this->attr("names"))();
+    list items = d.items();
     scope current;
-    
-    for (unsigned i = 0, max = len(values); i < max; ++i)
-    {
-        api::setattr(current, object(values[i].attr("name")), values[i]);
-    }
+
+    for (unsigned i = 0, max = len(items); i < max; ++i)
+        api::setattr(current, items[i][0], items[i][1]);
  }
 
 PyObject* enum_base::to_python(PyTypeObject* type_, long x)
Index: libs/python/test/enum.cpp
===================================================================
--- libs/python/test/enum.cpp.orig	2004-08-20 12:10:24.000000000 +0100
+++ libs/python/test/enum.cpp	2010-01-24 16:49:18.444021752 +0000
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
 #endif 
 using namespace boost::python;
 
-enum color { red = 1, green = 2, blue = 4 };
+enum color { red = 1, green = 2, blue = 4, blood = 1 };
 
 #if BOOST_WORKAROUND(__MWERKS__, <= 0x2407)
 namespace boost  // Pro7 has a hard time detecting enums
@@ -34,6 +34,7 @@ BOOST_PYTHON_MODULE(enum_ext)
         .value("red", red)
         .value("green", green)
         .value("blue", blue)
+        .value("blood", blood)
         .export_values()
         ;
     
Index: libs/python/test/enum.py
===================================================================
--- libs/python/test/enum.py.orig	2007-11-25 18:38:02.000000000 +0000
+++ libs/python/test/enum.py	2010-01-24 16:49:18.452155747 +0000
@@ -4,8 +4,8 @@
 '''
 >>> from enum_ext import *
 
->>> identity(color.red)
-enum_ext.color.red
+>>> identity(color.red) # in case of duplicated enums it always take the last enum
+enum_ext.color.blood
 
 >>> identity(color.green)
 enum_ext.color.green
@@ -13,8 +13,8 @@ enum_ext.color.green
 >>> identity(color.blue)
 enum_ext.color.blue
 
->>> identity(color(1))
-enum_ext.color.red
+>>> identity(color(1)) # in case of duplicated enums it always take the last enum
+enum_ext.color.blood
 
 >>> identity(color(2))
 enum_ext.color.green
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ enum_ext.color.blue
   --- check export to scope ---
 
 >>> identity(red)
-enum_ext.color.red
+enum_ext.color.blood
 
 >>> identity(green)
 enum_ext.color.green
@@ -42,10 +42,18 @@ enum_ext.color.blue
 
 >>> c = colorized()
 >>> c.x
-enum_ext.color.red
+enum_ext.color.blood
 >>> c.x = green
 >>> c.x
 enum_ext.color.green
+>>> red == blood
+True
+>>> red == green
+False
+>>> hash(red) == hash(blood)
+True
+>>> hash(red) == hash(green)
+False
 '''
 
 # pickling of enums only works with Python 2.3 or higher