[Web-SIG] wsgi.errors and close method

Aaron Watters arw1961 at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 30 16:05:47 CEST 2010

> It is all very silly. Technically a file like object is not
> required
> to have a 'closed' attribute, so that code expecting it was
> wrong in
> the first place.
> All you can really do is supply as many of the methods,
> attributes as
> possible, all required and as many as optional as makes
> sense, because
> you can't trust people to read the documentation properly.

I don't think it's silly.  This is why static typing
is useful.  I'm involved in migrating a large amount
of java code to a new base right now and I have to say
that it's pretty nice to know that if it compiles it
will most likely work.

playing devil's advocate
 -- Aaron Watters

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