Traits 6.4 User Manual¶
David C. Morrill, Janet M. Swisher, and Enthought developers
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- Defining Traits: Initialization and Validation
- Trait Notification
- Via class definition
- Via instance method
- The expression Parameter
- Notification Handler
- Features and fixes provided by
- Migration from
- Deferring Trait Definitions
- Custom Traits
- Advanced Topics
- Initialization and Validation Revisited
- Property Traits
- Useful Methods on HasTraits
- Performance Considerations of Traits
- Tips for debugging Traits
- Traits internals
Indices and tables¶
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