FOSS projects exhibiting clean/good OOP?
bruno.42.desthuilliers at websiteburo.invalid
Thu Jul 10 13:47:48 CEST 2008
Phillip B Oldham a écrit :
> On Jul 9, 9:26 pm, "bruno.desthuilli... at gmail.com"
> <bruno.desthuilli... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This is somewhat subjective... Some would say that Python's object
>> model is fundamentally broken and crappy (not MHO, needless to say)
>> that Python + "solid OO principles" is antinomic !-)
> Really? Would you happen to be able to provide any further information
> on that?
Well... Some people seems to think that an object model with no
language-enforced access restriction, no implicit 'self' reference and
the necessity to explicitely declare 'self' as first argument of methods
is broken. You'll also find a couple guys complaining about Python not
forcing you to put everything into classes, à la Java.
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