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Author llllllllll
Recipients barry, eric.smith, eric.snow, llllllllll, rhettinger
Date 2015-04-27.13:13:23
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I don't think that I can cache the __call__ of the fget object because it might be an instance of a heaptype, and if someone changed the __class__ of the object in between calls to another heaptype that had a different __call__, you would still get the __call__ from the first type. I also don't know if this is supported behavior or just something that works by accident.

I read through PyObject_Call, and all the code is needed assuming we are not caching the tp_call value.
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