Python component model

Edward Diener No Spam eldiener_no_spam_here at earthlink.net
Tue Oct 10 16:29:02 CEST 2006


Fredrik Lundh wrote:
> "Edward Diener No Spam" wrote:
> 
>> A RAD IDE tool to hook up components into an application or library (
>> module in Python ) has nothing to do with terseness and everything to do
>> with ease of programming.
> 
> python already has excellent and ridiculously easy-to-program ways to hook
> things up.  after all, hooking things up is what python programmers tend to do,
> most of their time.

I agree.

> 
> if you want better support for more precise hooking, post some examples.

I want a design-time environment to hook up my objects in a visual way. 
I think it is easier than doing it manually, even in Python.

> 
>> All you are saying is that you don't have a need for this, but perhaps others do.
> 
> handwavy references to what "other may need" is another thing you should
> avoid if you want your Python change proposal to be successful.

I did not say what "others may need".



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