[IronPython] Decorators on classes
Hernan M Foffani
hfoffani at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 03:49:17 PST 2008
In our project 98% of attributes are on class definition and properties.
The 2% left are field attributes, [field: NonSerialized()], on user defined
On Feb 5, 2008 1:07 AM, Keith J. Farmer <kfarmer at thuban.org> wrote:
> My personal experience says that the most prevalent use of attributes in .NET *is* on methods
> and properties, as part of the original class definition.
> LINQ to SQL: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb386971.aspx
> WCF: http://linqinaction.net/blogs/jwooley/archive/2007/05/14/wcf-with-the-linq-to-sql-designer.aspx
> XML Serialization: http://www.devhood.com/Tutorials/tutorial_details.aspx?tutorial_id=236
> > It is rather ugly. :-)
> Thanks; I thought so myself.
> > Would this technique have anything to offer for attributes on methods
> > and properties (etc).
> It's hard to see how, but it's been a while since I looked at that
> part of the source. I'm pretty sure that the CLR class itself needs
> to be emitted entirely by the contents of the one "class" statement --
> and well before the first method is defined. Which means that none of
> the properties or methods of the class could influence codegen.
> Frankly, I don't think that attributes on methods or properties are
> realistic -- at least, not as part of the original class definition.
> What I think you'd be looking at is the ability to define a class
> wrapper that wraps the initially-defined dynamic class with a new
> statically-defined class that allows you to put attributes on methods
> and properties. Hmm... where have I heard that recently... :)
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