Python component model
Edward Diener No Spam
eldiener_no_spam_here at earthlink.net
Tue Oct 10 14:41:52 CEST 2006
Paul Rubin wrote:
> "Nick Vatamaniuc" <vatamane at gmail.com> writes:
>> Python does not _need_ a component model just as you don't _need_ a RAD
>> IDE tool to write Python code. The reason for having a component model
>> or a RAD IDE tool is to avoid writing a lot of boiler plate code.
> It's also so that applications written in differing languages can call
> each other.
That's a possible reason, but with JavaBeans and EJBs for Java there is
just a single language and I am sure there are many Java programmers who
enjoy using Eclipse, NetBeans, or JBuilder to name a few RAD IDEs which
allow them to create their applications using a design-time visual
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