Anonymous committed d800736

fixed "BuiltinUnknown object has no attribute get_returned_object" crash

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     seq = pyname.get_object()
     args = arguments.ObjectArguments([pyname])
     if '__iter__' in seq:
-        iter = seq['__iter__'].get_object().\
-               get_returned_object(args)
+        obj = seq['__iter__'].get_object()
+        if not isinstance(obj, pyobjects.AbstractFunction):
+            return None
+        iter = obj.get_returned_object(args)
         if iter is not None and 'next' in iter:
             holding = iter['next'].get_object().\


+    def test_unknown_return_object(self):
+        src = 'import sys\n' \
+              'def foo():\n' \
+              '  res = set(sys.builtin_module_names)\n' \
+              '  if foo: res.add(bar)\n'
+        self.project.prefs['import_dynload_stdmods'] = True
+        self.mod.write(src)
+        self.project.pycore.analyze_module(self.mod)
 class BuiltinModulesTest(unittest.TestCase):
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