singleton ... again
Gregory Ewing <greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz> writes:
> Roy Smith wrote:
> > It looks to me like he's trying to implement a classic Gang of Four
> > singleton pattern.
> Which I've never really seen the point of in Python, or any other
> language for that matter. Just create one instance of the class during
> initialisation, put it in a global somewhere, and use it thereafter.
Make that ?somewhere? a module namespace, and you effectively have a
Singleton for all practical purposes. So yes, I see the point of it; but
we already have it built in :-)
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