Martijn Faassen wrote:
>> +0.5 --- I can live with it. Backwards incompatibility with IFoo(one,
>> default) will be a slight inconvenience. There were proposals I liked
>> more (IFoo.adapt(), IFoo.utility()) and proposals I liked less
>> (IFoo((one, two, we_like_parentheses, and_screw_people_adapting_tuples))).
> I'd ask people to think about this approach without considering
> backwards compatibility issues first.
Well, I don't think the difference between adapters and utilities is
important, but I can understand why some people find calling the
interface odd: it is when you think about it objectively.
We also have the backwards compatibility issue.
Combine the two, and you get me suggesting:
marker = object()
"Adapt whatever is passed in to this interface"
to_adapt==() would imply a utility lookup, in the old way of thinking
about things, but I really don't think that would be important.
I'll chuck +sys.maxint as my suggestion, obviously, but +sys.maxint-1 at
the "from zope.component.__future__ import new_lookup" and calling
interfaces you've described otherwise.
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