> Previously Martin Aspeli wrote:
>> You're sure about that? I find it easier to write a new grokker (whether
>> for a decorator or a more generic class grokker that looks for a base
>> class) than a new ZCML directive (and I've done plenty of both).
Ideally a grokker and a ZCML directive handler would be the same.
2009/5/7 Wichert Akkerman <wich...@wiggy.net>:
> Approaching this from another point of view: debugging a grokker that
> does not behave as you expect is much harder than debugging a zcml
> statement or a python imperative statement.
If they were the same, you'd be able to debug a grokker just as you
would a ZCML-directive.
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