[Python-Dev] The decorator(s) module
crutcher at gmail.com
Sat Feb 11 19:33:45 CET 2006
+1, and we could maybe include tail_call_optimized?
On 2/11/06, Georg Brandl <g.brandl at gmx.net> wrote:
> it has been proposed before, but there was no conclusive answer last time:
> is there any chance for 2.5 to include commonly used decorators in a module?
> Of course not everything that jumps around should go in, only pretty basic
> stuff that can be widely used.
> Candidates are:
> - @decorator. This properly wraps up a decorator function to change the
> signature of the new function according to the decorated one's.
> - @contextmanager, see PEP 343.
> - @synchronized/@locked/whatever, for thread safety.
> - @memoize
> - Others from wiki:PythonDecoratorLibrary and Michele Simionato's decorator
> module at <http://www.phyast.pitt.edu/~micheles/python/documentation.html>.
> Unfortunately, a @property decorator is impossible...
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