I'm +1 on deprecation decorator, with some way to represent it so that it can be determined at runtime (e.g. dunder).


On Thu, 2021-07-29 at 20:52 +0000, Leonardo Freua wrote:
This is a good example of how using a decorator to express depreciation is much better and less polluting the method, as the depreciation message doesn't need to be in the method body.

In my view, it would be interesting for Python to natively have the ability to annotate deprecated methods.
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