Will python never intend to support private, protected and public?
Fri Sep 30 06:50:43 CEST 2005
Gregor Horvath <g.horvath at gmx.at> writes:
> Are the numerous working python open source projects not multi-person
> software projects? Even multiple persons that even dont know each
> other and can discuss the latest news at the coffee machine?
There are not that many such projects being done in Python. Maybe
this type of thing is the reason.
> The fact that they are working and there is not much demand for a
> bastion is a strong signal that pythons attitude: advise but not
> enforce is actually working.
I don't know of a single program that's actually relying on the
non-enforcement. I've asked for examples but have only gotten
theoretical ones. As far as I can tell, the feature is useless.
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