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Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
> Dominik Huber wrote:
>>I really appreciate your effort in all other cases, but in this case I
>>think its not a simplification.
> At least in case of class/implements it is. I'm merging two directives,
> class/implements and five:implements into one.
> The case of class/factory is arguable, I admit. However, there I'm just
> following the rule of a) defining things in Python and registering them in
> ZCML and b) use more basic ZCML directives, less special ones.
That "rule" is somewhat debatable (the debate seems ongoing).
I think we could argue the following equally well: if you find a
directive unuseful, *just don't use it*. Register *new* directives
(perhaps in a new namespace, if you want to reuse the names) which do
your "simpler / cleaner" thing.
Deprecation is not always a reasonable model, given disagreement about
the value of the simplification.
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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