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"my fancy metaprogramming was wrong, [so I] replaced it with different fancy metaprogramming"
I should, like, keep track of how often I start feeling burnt out on stuff. Probably won't.
Feeling really good at finding all of the things a tool can't easily do.
I should dial back the salt towards open-source projects. It's meant to be directed at people recommending them when, IMO, they're not ready.
Quality issues? The code is totally fine and intuitive. *shoves self = yield from self._emit() under the rug*
So, Sphinx totally has stuff for handling typing in there, it just... does a bunch of things that I don't want it to? And possibly does things that I'd be fine with, if I noticed.
That's not what "never is often better than right now." means...
This was... not as straightforward as I was expecting.
I've got to say, this has not been an object lesson in the importance of commenting code. The old code with a few lines of comments actually is that obvious to me, years down the line.
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