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Author larry
Recipients georg.brandl, larry, rmsr, serhiy.storchaka, zach.ware
Date 2014-01-18.22:14:33
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On 01/18/2014 01:12 PM, Ryan Smith-Roberts wrote:
> Ryan Smith-Roberts added the comment:
> I believe the feature you starred resolves this enhancement issue, in which case my patches are obsolete. And yes, the 'as' syntax makes a lot more sense. Here's how I hope it works (the arg parsing wrapper remains unchanged):
>     foo: int
> ...
> _impl(..., int foo)
> can become
>      foo: int as bar
> ...
> _impl(..., int bar)

Nope, not what I wanted.  I said "as" binds more tightly than ":":

    foo as bar: int

But if you're dropping the patch I guess it's irrelevant.

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