[Python-ideas] Super, Hooks, and Aspect Oriented Programming
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Wed Feb 25 21:53:40 CET 2009
Guido van Rossum wrote:
> I think no exploration of super() can be complete without considering
> the difference between overriding a constructor (__init__ or __new__)
> and overriding a regular method. Another thing to include is the use
> of keyword arguments.
I'm not a big fan of @before and @after kinds of things.
They gain little over writing out the equivalent code
in full, and add more mental baggage to the language
to keep in your head.
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