[Python-3000] PEP for Metaclasses in Python 3000
Phillip J. Eby
pje at telecommunity.com
Sat Mar 10 22:08:35 CET 2007
At 12:40 PM 3/10/2007 -0800, Josiah Carlson wrote:
>Talin <talin at acm.org> wrote:
> > I strongly feel that this makes *using* metaclasses way too complex. A
> > person wanting to create a C struct or a database record should simply
> > have to say "metaclass=cstruct" - they shouldn't have to declare a bunch
> > of individual pieces, all of which have to match with each other.
> > There's no utility in being able to "mix n' match" metaclasses and dicts.
> > In any case, we're just going over old ground here.
>Great! If there is no need to mix and match metaclasses and dicts
>arbitrarily, then there is no need to pass alternate parameters to the
>dictionary construction method,
Er, wha? Those two things are utterly unrelated.
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