Haha, I had no idea!  That's great.

fyi, judicious use of cython allowed our python team to build python components that far outperformed their java counterparts in some real-time middle-office financial processing jobs for a really large client. So thank you.

I can see why using the standard python syntax might be considered better than the more elegant custom version, but yes, it's a bit sad


On Thu, Jul 2, 2020 at 12:27 PM Greg Ewing <greg.ewing@canterbury.ac.nz> wrote:
On 2/07/20 10:49 pm, Stestagg wrote:
> Coincidentally, cython has a custom, deprecated syntax for properties
> that is actually pretty similar

Not entirely a coincidence -- I invented that syntax for Pyrex,
and Cython inherited it.

I'm a little disappointed to hear it's been deprecated. :-(

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