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Author veky
Recipients berker.peksag, brett.cannon, larry, matrixise, ncoghlan, nedbat, python-dev, r.david.murray, untitaker, veky, yselivanov
Date 2015-11-19.09:49:17
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> Also, it is worth noting, that Signature API does not provide 100%
of functionality that deprecated APIs have.  It is important to do
a soft deprecation of outdated APIs in 3.5 to gather users feedback,
and improve Signature object.

Well, here is a feedback about lost functionality. inspect.getcallargs had a very nice property that it automatically bound the first argument to the instance of bound methods. It seems I have no general way to do it with Signature.bind. Of course I can put

    arguments['self'] = method.__self__

afterwards, but theoretically, the argument doesn't have to be called 'self'. And anyway, I would like something that works seamlessly with bound methods and ordinary functions.
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