PyWart: Module access syntax

88888 Dihedral dihedral88888 at googlemail.com
Sun Jan 13 01:02:26 CET 2013


Chris Angelico於 2013年1月12日星期六UTC+8下午12時40分36秒寫道:
> On Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 3:34 PM, Rick Johnson
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> <rantingrickjohnson at gmail.com> wrote:
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> > *The problem:*
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> > ... is readability. The current dot syntax used ubiquitously in paths is not conveying the proper information to the reader, and in-fact obfuscating the code.
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> Please explain how this is a problem. As Steven said, there is NO
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> useful difference. I don't *care* whether it's a package, a module, or
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> whatever. Module with class with static member? Fine. Package with
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> module with class? Also fine. Imported special object that uses dunder
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> methods to simulate either of the above? What's it matter to me, as
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> long as I get my final result!
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> Syntactic salt is seldom helpful.
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> ChrisA
This is somewhat like the following problem.

Do we have to argue with people about the tastes 
of dishes in different restaurants ?

Of course, I do because I love to enjoy fine dishes.






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