On Mon, Jan 08, 2001 at 10:10:34AM +0000, Chris Withers wrote:
> Dieter Maurer wrote:
> > Chris Withers writes:
> > > And I suppose the other part of my wishlist:
> > >
> > > class MyClass(Acquisition.Implicit):
> > > # your_attribute will be acquied
> > >
> > > # index_html won't
> > > index_html = None
> > No, that is not enough!
> > As a side effect to turn off acquisition, you defined
> > the attribute. This will not play well with inheritance:
> > You will not only prevent acquisition of "index_html" but
> > also prevent inheritance of it (which may be really necessary
> > in some contexts).
> I'm pretty sure inheritence takes precedence over Acquisition.
> You wouldn't need to have index_html = None if it is inherited, since
> the inherited idnex_html would be used before one is acquired, surely?
Yup. If you don't want to have any index_html *at all*, just declare it
index_html = None. DTML Methods and HiperDom templates do this as well,
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