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Jean-Marc Orliaguet wrote:

> what is the best way in zope3 to create a collection of interfaces
> without using classes, lists, etc.?
> 
> I have a number of interfaces that I'd like to group into a same
> interface category.
> 
> e.g. ISomeCollection  = I1, I2, I3, I4 ....
>
> and I'd like to be able to query which interfaces ISomeCollection
> "contains". However I'd like not to instanciate a registry just to
> hold that type of information.

You can create a Specification object from a sequence of interfaces:

 >>> from zope.interface import Interface
 >>> class I1(Interface): pass
 ...
 >>> class I2(Interface): pass
 ...
 >>> class I3(Interface): pass
 ...
 >>> from zope.interface.interface import Specification
 >>> spec = Specification((I1, I2, I3))
 >>> I3.providedBy(spec)
 False
 >>> I3.implementedBy(spec)
 False
 >>> spec.extends(I3)
 True
 >>> [x for x in spec.interfaces()]
 [<InterfaceClass __main__.I1>, <InterfaceClass __main__.I2>,
<InterfaceClass __main__.I3>]


Tres.
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