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<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 02/03/2014 08:05 AM, Stefan Krah
<pre wrap="">I think we may slowly get into PEP territory here. Just imagine that
we settle on X, then decide at a later point to have a standard way of
adding type annotations, then find that X does not work because of (unknown).
I'm mentioning this because signatures get really interesting for me
if they contain type information.
I simultaneously share your interest, and also suspect that maybe
Python is the wrong language for that. After all, Python has always
been about duck-typing.<br>
Even if it did happen, it won't be for quite a while yet. The
logical mechanism for type information in pure Python is
annotations, and afaik they're not getting any large-scale
real-world use for type annotating. (If I'm misinformed I'd love to