Here's the problem I'm trying to solve:
There's a rather large API I'm trying to write a wrapper class around. The simplest approach would be to make one class with a method representing each possible API call. This gets unwieldly though as the API is very large.
My first thought is to break up each API section into a separate class. If this was the Github API I might have a class for the users API and a class for the repositories API etc. However I want the final interface to be accessible from one namespace like so (this is in Python):
from my_api import APIClient api = APIClient(api_token) api.users_api_call() api.repositories_api_call()
How should I achieve this? At first multiple inheritance seemed like a good option, but I'm unsure how to access things like an API token and other general properties/functions in the specialized classes, furthermore conventional wisdom suggests that MI is a poor design choice. What are some approaches to consider here?