Barry Warsaw wrote:
I think of all the alternatives in PEP 3135, I'd probably prefer self.__super__.foo(), except that I'd call it self.super.foo().
I'm not sure that's sufficient. You need to be able to specify a class when using MI.
I'd prefer self.super().foo(). self.super() would take one argument, the base class, optional iff self's class has only one base class.
Not that it makes a lick of difference,