On Sat, Apr 4, 2009 at 6:04 PM, Chris McDonough <chr...@plope.com> wrote:

> Using an interface class for a constant "container" would often be handy
> but it
> might be an inappropriate use of interface classes.

I would argue that it is appropriate, but that's probably related to my
experience with languages other than Python.

> FTR, I do often put
> constants in an "interfaces.py" module at module scope (if there are more
> than
> one related, sometimes in a dictionary or within a non-interface class
> statement) in order to not feel I need to create some "constants.py"
> module.
> Maybe we could just agree that doing so isn't some sort of violation of
> intent?

That works, too.

Seeing as I how I don't see much interest, I'll consider this something not
worth pursuing further.

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