[v.target() does not work properly (fwd)]

[I try again...]

(neither does v.source())

if one applies the example about the number of second neighbors in the
the result is, of course, the one put there. Unfortunately it is not
only one node has 2 2nd neighbors.
the problem is seemingly with n.target() in edit_function(). every time it
returns a vertex, it returns a completely new one. the same is true for

Mate Marodi

Yes, you're correct... I forgot to add the __eq__ and __hash__ member
functions to the Vertex and Edge classes, so they could be compared.
This is fixed in svn now, and I also updated the documentation. Thanks a
lot for the bug report.

I also detected the problem which prevented you from posting to the
list, and I think it's fixed now.