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Author ncoghlan
Recipients james, larry, ncoghlan, yselivanov
Date 2015-04-13.16:49:23
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James Powell is currently looking into this at the PyCon sprints.

The key problem appears to be the check that assumes "obj.__init__ is object.__init__" indicates that there's no user defined init or new method, when in fact a builtin or extension type that only overrides __new__ would also pass that check (since the earlier check for __new__ returns None if the method implementation isn't a pure Python callable)
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