On 04/28/2010 01:07 PM, Chris Withers wrote:
> 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...

I imagine Venusian makes it possible to treat decorators as declarative 
configuration, which is IMHO the right thing to do. :-)

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