--- Comment #9 from Tomás Cohen Arazi <tomasco...@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Kyle M Hall from comment #8)
> (In reply to Jonathan Druart from comment #7)
> > Yes I thought about that, but it may be problematic as we do not necessarily
> > create the object for the notices only. So if we do it that way (when
> > creating it) we may need to fetch it twice.
> I agree. I don't think we should have to fetch an object twice. I think the
> fact that you can set read_only but not unset it is sufficient. Basically,
> and object can be passed around the entire lifecycle of a script call, then
> be marked read_only at the end and passed to the template.
> The *other* option would be a new_from_object method that close the passed
> in object. Then you could have read_only be immutable and set on creation.
I agree with either option, but we still need a way to tell which methods
have/don't have side effects that should then be forbidden.
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