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Author larry
Recipients larry, serhiy.storchaka, zach.ware
Date 2015-04-12.04:24:21
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I was staring at Clinic tonight and a thought came to me.  We could express "nullable=True" as "types='NoneType'".  For example, the converter for 'Z' could change from



    Py_UNICODE(types="str NoneType")

There Should Be Only One Way To Do It.  Should we get rid of "nullable=True" and use types=NoneType instead?

FWIW it's pretty arbitrary either way; the arguments to the converter are just telling the converter how to generate the code.  I don't think it would make any difference in the converter's code--either way is fine.
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