I'm working on decorators that have a dynamic __doc__ property computed at runtime and not at decoration time.
The decorator must return the wrapper as a function and can not return a callable object with __call__ since the "self" argument would not be properly passed through the decorator. (Making __call__ a static method drops implicitly the first argument). If __call__ could be a static method and get the arguments as-are, I could make __doc__ a property. But this is not possible, right?
Assigning a class satisfying the property protocol to the function wrapper.__doc__ did not work either since the property object is returned as-is instead of invoking __get__ on it.
Could someone explain a bit -- is this the desired behavior or a bug or an underspecification?
Is there any way for a callable object to be used as a decorator?