Python component model

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Mon Oct 9 20:30:09 CEST 2006

    Edward> The definition of a component model I use below is a class which
    Edward> allows properties, methods, and events in a structured way which
    Edward> can be recognized, usually through some form of introspection
    Edward> outside of that class. This structured way allows visual tools
    Edward> to host components, and allows programmers to build applications
    Edward> and libraries visually in a RAD environment.

    Edward> I believe that Python should have a common components model for
    Edward> all RAD development environments, as that would allow the Python
    Edward> programmer to create a set of classes representing components
    Edward> which would work in any environment.

Having never used java or .NET I'm not sure what you're looking for.  Does
Python's current introspection not work?  Is it someone too unstructured
(whatever "structured" means)?  Can you give a simple example?


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