[Python-ideas] An easier syntax for writing decorators(&similar things)?
Guido van Rossum
guido at python.org
Thu Jan 24 23:15:40 CET 2008
Aaron, I don't know who you are, and I don't know what you are doing
here, but this type of post with monosyllabic answers really pisses me
off. I suggest you take it somewhere else, or learn to have a normal
discussion. Where did you learn this type of behavior? If you think
this is normal or even acceptable, well, it isn't. Also, you seem to
be abusing this list for a purpose it isn't meant for. You risk being
On Jan 24, 2008 12:36 PM, Aaron Brady <castironpi at comcast.net> wrote:
> > > > > +1 on prepartial in functools.
> > > >
> > > > So far, I've only seen this one use case for prepartial - and I'd
> > > > rather have decorator_withargs itself than prepartial. Do you have
> > > > any other use cases for prepartial (from real code somewhere)?
> > > >
> > > > Currently, I'm -1 on adding prepartial to functools, and +0.5 on
> > > > adding something like decorator_withargs.
> > >
> > > Are you also -1 on partial's being in functools?
> > Not that it matters, since it's already there, but no, I wasn't.
> Good. I was. It got in.
> > In
> > fact, the presence of partial is a big reason not to need prepartial
> > -- most existing use cases are already covered by using partial.
> Lacks citation.
> > As
> > Arnaud pointed out, if you restrict decorator_withargs to keyword
> > arguments,
> You don't.
> > Thus, I don't see prepartial as really covering many new use
> > cases.
> A -> B
> Thus what again?
> > If you'd like to convince me otherwise, you're going to need
> > to post some use cases from real code.
> curry= partial( partial, prepartial ) 
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