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Thu Oct 12 09:29:21 BST 2006
On 11 Oct 2006, Aaron Bentley <aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca> wrote:
> It seems like it would be very, very common to do
> obj = registry.get(key)(arg1, arg2, ...)
> Is it worth supporting this explicitly?
Maybe, but yagni for now I think.
> I'm a little uncomfortable with the 'info' idea. It seems like, for a
> given registry, you'd want to have the same 'info' about all registered
> objects. If you were registering Commands, you might want to register
> aliases, parameters, options, and help. Whatever you registered, you'd
> want it to be consistent. Wouldn't it be better for a each registry to
> have its own Info type?
or, alternatively, have a subclass
def get_command_parameters(self, command_name):
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