[IronPython] Decorators on classes
curt at hagenlocher.org
Mon Feb 4 19:54:07 CET 2008
I, too, wish that Python had class decorators. However, given that Python
3000 is decidedly and explicitly not backwards-compatible with Python 2.x,
it seems clear that there should eventually be two flavors of IronPython --
2.x-compatible and 3000-compatible. And I'd be concerned about adding
Py3-specific features to IP2x unless Py2x does likewise.
On the other hand, what harm can there be in "from future import
On Feb 4, 2008 10:44 AM, Keith J. Farmer <kfarmer at thuban.org> wrote:
> Can I resurrect this forgotten soul?
> Having just finished working on LINQ to SQL, I'm convinced that future
> LINQ providers will be making heavy use of .NET attributes not just on
> properties, but on classes themselves. Being able to express these
> attributes in IronPython is a tremendous bonus. That there be one and only
> one way to express these is paramount.
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