> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >> I'm working on removing BBB warnings of our current app for 3.3.
> >> For the <vocabulay> directive it was possible to give the factory
> >> some parameters like this:
> >> <vocabulary
> >> name="doctype"
> >> factory="..vocab.ContainerVocabulary"
> >> containerName="doctype" />
> >> Now, with the <utility> directive that's not possible.
> > Write a own factory like:
> > class DocTypeContainerVocabulary(ContainerVocabulary):
> > def __init__(self):
> > super(DocTypeContainerVocabulary, self).__init__()
> > self.containerName = 'doctype'
> > and also you have to *patch* your class with :
> > classProvides(DocTypeContainerVocabulary, IVocabularyFactory)
> This is unnecessarily complicated. Simply do:
> class DocTypeContainerVocabulary(ContainerVocabulary):
> containerName = 'doctype'
right, that's simpler than my sample.
> Btw, the "classProvides" thing isn't "patching". Not sure
> what you mean, Roger, but it looks like you wanted to give
> this a negative connotation.
Ok, sorry that wasn't the target of the word *patching*.
But sure I'm not really happy with the additional python
code where we have to write and it smells to me like a
monky patch pattern if use classProvides outside of the
Your example is much better in this part.
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