Warren Turkal wrote:
> On Friday 02 June 2006 14:52, Stephan Richter wrote:
>> Yes, you can use zope.interface separately from the rest. You can also use
>> zope.schema and zope.component without many other dependencies.
> Are there any examples of this type of usage?

(see all the other posts)

Note that installing zope.interface is fairly easy. You can simply
install it from an egg: http://download.zope.org/distribution/. Once
it's installed, you can use interfaces the way you're used to from Zope:

  from zope.interface import Interface

  class MyInterface(Interface):
      pass # etc...

If you want adaption to work, I suggest you install zope.component. It's
not required to make adaption work (twisted doeesn't use it), but it
makes things very easy.


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