report an error a directive on a class is used where it is not allowed

Reported by Jan Wijbrand Kolman on 2007-01-07
2
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
grok
Status tracked in 1.3
1.0
Low
Jan Wijbrand Kolman
1.1
Low
Unassigned
1.3
Low
Jan Wijbrand Kolman

Bug Description

We'd like to say if you're using a directive in a specific class where it is not allowed.

One example is wher grok directives are being used on classes that are not subclasses of grok classes.

Martijn Faassen (faassen) wrote :

This is definitely a confirmed issue.

Changed in grok:
importance: Undecided → Low
status: Unconfirmed → Confirmed
todd (todd-infrae) on 2008-12-10
Changed in grok:
assignee: nobody → janwijbrand
milestone: none → 1.0

Is there any idea on how to implement this?

I'm tempted to postpone this till after 1.0...

On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 10:35 PM, Jan Wijbrand Kolman
<email address hidden> wrote:
> Is there any idea on how to implement this?
>
> I'm tempted to postpone this till after 1.0...

I agree with postponing. I don't think it's going to be trivial to implement.

Reinout van Rees (reinout) wrote :

There's agreement to postpone it, so I'm actually postponing it :-)

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