Author ethan.furman
Recipients ethan.furman, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka, stutzbach
Date 2020-12-29.03:15:44
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My understanding of using keywords in class headers

  class MyClass(SomeBaseClass, setting='maybe'):
    ...

is that the keywords would get passed into the super classes `__init_subclass__`  (`SomeBaseClass` and `setting`).

However, in the cases of 

- test_descr.py
- test_py_compile.py
- typing.py

that wasn't happening -- until the initial patch of moving the calls from `type.__new__` to `type.__init__`.

An `__init__` has been added in those three locations to discard the keyword arguments being passed in.
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