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Chris Withers wrote:
> Martin Aspeli wrote:
>>> Why can't IView (or whatever it is) just specify that the constructor
>>> must accept a request, response and a template instance?
>> Because the template may not be passed in, and even if it is, where
>> would it be constructed and how would it be found again?
> See my currying comment later in the thread.
>> then you may as well not have a 'template' attribute for <browser:page
>> If you have it done in ZCML, though, you can get a template-only view
>> without any Python at all, though:
> yeah, but I'm talking about the horrificness that currently makes the
> above work.
> I'm asking whether it really needs to be that bad or whether it could be
> more sanely implemented.
> I guess I should just make a branch and have a play or stfu...
> The later is likely to win due to lack of time
Have a look at how pushpage defines its ZCML page directive: no nasty
generated classes required:
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