Andreas Jung wrote at 2006-10-9 19:24 +0200:
> ...
>We have some code where some classes have up to 15(!) base classes (usually 
>mixin classes), not counting classes inherited from the mix-in classes. I 
>would call that unmanageable.

Each of these classes represent a mixed in feature.
You get 15 classes because the end result needs a lot of features.

Manageability does not increase when you implement the features
differently than listing them in the inheritance clause.

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