Roadmap for future releases¶
Nothing here is set in stone. This list is simply a bucket to record my thoughts about the possible future of Aglyph.
The next release may or may not include any of items listed here, and might even include items not listed here.
- Support for Python 3.1 will be dropped. This may happen as early as release 2.2.0, but definitely before 3.0.0.
- There isn’t really a need for
aglyph.binder.Binderto be separate classes. I will likely absorb all of the Binder functionality into Assembler and deprecate Binder. (This will involve significant changes to the public API, so this change will definitely not be made in the 2.x.y series of releases.)
- There’s quite a bit of disdain for XML in the Python community.
I personally do not agree with it, but that’s the reality. Regardless of
whether or not the anti-XML sentiments are warranted, though, it does at
least suggest that there might be a place for an alternative
non-programmatic (i.e. text-based) configuration option for Aglyph. I’m
configparser, and YAML at the moment.
- Strictly speaking, a decorator-based configuration approach violates Aglyph’s “non-intrusive” principle. However, decorators (and annotations in Java, particularly as used for DI within the Spring Framework) have exploded in popularity over the past several years. Since Aglyph also tries to maintain an opinionless stance on configuration, some kind of decorator-based approach might be an option.