On 05/17/2017 06:20 AM, Stephan Houben wrote:
class MyClass: foo = attr.ib()
MyClass = attr.s(MyClass)
Given that one of Python's great strengths is its readability, I would not use the attr library in teaching because it is not. Having a dot in the middle of words is confusing, especially when you don't already have a basis for which abbreviations are common. Is it attr.ib or att.rib or at.trib?