unreal._ObjectBase

class unreal._ObjectBase(outer=None, name='None')

Bases: unreal._WrapperBase

Type for all Unreal exposed object instances

call_method(name, args=tuple(), kwargs=dict()) object -- call a method on this object via Unreal reflection using the given ordered (tuple) or named (dict) argument data - allows calling methods that don't have Python glue
classmethod cast(object) Object -- cast the given object to this Unreal object type
get_class() Class -- get the Unreal class of this instance
classmethod get_default_object() Object -- get the Unreal class default object (CDO) of this type
get_editor_property(name) object -- get the value of any property visible to the editor
get_fname() FName -- get the name of this instance
get_full_name() str -- get the full name (class name + full path) of this instance
get_name() str -- get the name of this instance
get_outer() -> Object -- get the outer object from this instance (if any)
get_outermost() Package -- get the outermost object (the package) from this instance
get_path_name() str -- get the path name of this instance
get_typed_outer(type) -> type() -- get the first outer object of the given type from this instance (if any)
get_world() -> World -- get the world associated with this instance (if any)
modify(bool) -> bool -- inform that this instance is about to be modified (tracks changes for undo/redo if transactional)
rename(name=None, outer=None) bool -- rename this instance
set_editor_properties(property_info) None -- set the value of any properties visible to the editor (from a name->value dict), ensuring that the pre/post change notifications are called
set_editor_property(name, value, notify_mode=PropertyAccessChangeNotifyMode.DEFAULT) None -- set the value of any property visible to the editor, ensuring that the pre/post change notifications are called
classmethod static_class() Class -- get the Unreal class of this type