In the BFG book their are copious references to the fact that using
imperative configuration (or the decorators, my preferred choice) is
"bad" if you plan to write apps that might be extended by others.
Am I right in understanding that this is because that method of
configuration somehow prevents overrides being applied later?
If so, what can we do to change that? I've grown quite allergic to ZCML
in the few years since I last had to touch it...
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