Python, has the library
pathlib with the concrete class
I have a class called
Cleanup, that looks like this:
from pathlib import Path Cleanup: def __init__(self, source : Path, destination: Path): self._source = source self._destination = destination
Cleanup class uses certain methods of the
Path class, for example,
I was reading here, and the answers suggested that instead of allowing the object to be aware of the other object, it should be made into an abstract class.
From this link:
I don't like A directly knowing about B. But that's a DIP thing not a POJO thing.
My issue is,
Cleanup knows about
Path, but I can't make
Path an abstract class because I have no control over it.
When you have no control over a class you need to pass as a attribute of another class, how do you make an abstraction?