Am 20.03.2011, 18:07 Uhr, schrieb Tres Seaver <>:

> The one downside I can see is giving up on the sugar^Wexpressivity of
> calling the interface directly -- I guess we could propagate the
> 'default_factory' argument through to the '__call__' of interface.  Note
> that I *wanted* some extra sugar at one point (doing utility lookup when
> no arguments were passed to Interface.__call__), but I haven't missed
> that convenience much since I went on a low sugar diet with BFG /  
> pyramid.

Callable interfaces are, in my view, a huge wart with a pimple on top!  
Convenient, yes, but just try and explain why a specification against  
which "living" code should be built should itself be executable.

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