[Grok-dev] Custom grokker issue
Fernando Correa Neto
fcdoth at gmail.com
Sun Oct 7 13:11:53 EDT 2007
Some more feedback...
The point is that by inheriting from grok.View is causing the
DuplicationError. For a quick'n dirty test, I just duplicated the
grok.View code in my custom View and it seems to be grokking ok. The
point is that I believe I don't need/want to duplicate code off
The actual question is: How to inherit from a class that has a grokker
previously defined and have a custom grokker for the subclass and
avoid problems like the one I am facing now?
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