Defining VCL-like framework for Python
gmcm at hypernet.com
Thu Jun 3 00:05:01 CEST 1999
Greg Ewing wrote:
> Gordon McMillan wrote:
> > And where your ideas
> > don't fit the framework, you're in a prison.
> I think it's unfair to characterise the general concept
> of a framework as being inflexible. Some particular
> frameworks might be, but I don't see why a framework
> can't be designed to help with the most common things
> while allowing the freedom to do others.
> In fact, when the framework is implemented in a user-
> friendly OO language like Python, it would be hard *not*
> to make it flexible!
I think my statement was fair. I believe I said some frameworks are
more flexible than others. But no framework covers all possible
domains (except the null framework) and no framework is useful
outside its domain.
FWIW, I like frameworks, but I'm not going to bother learning one
unless I'll be spending some time inside its domain.
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