On Sun, Feb 17, 2008 at 09:21:24AM +0100, Kai Diefenbach wrote: > is there a way to override subscriber?
No, unfortunately. > My scenario is as follows: > > There is an object. If it has been initialized some subscribers are > called (via IObjectInitializedEvent). > > class SomeObject: > implements(ISomeObject) > > There is an extended object: > > class ISomeExtendedObject(ISomeObject) > > class SomeExtendedObject(SomeObject): > implements(ISomeExtendedObject) > > Some subscribers needn't be called after SomeExtendedObject has been > initialized. I would suggest you restructure your class/interface hierarchy so that I/SomeExtendedObject doesn't inherit from I/SomeObject directly, but instead inherits from a common abstract base interface/class. I think it's called the dependency inversion principle of object-oriented design. Marius Gedminas -- The difference between Microsoft and 'Jurassic Parc': In one, a mad businessman makes a lot of money with beasts that should be extinct. The other is a film.
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