It feels a little bit like building a house out of popsicle sticks, but whatever.
It's like trying to translate an academic paper into production-ready code, but everyone involved is me.
Head down on this, because I want to be ready when the rest of the tooling I want hits 1.0.
I feel like my Python code might be in a ternary plot with extremes of "pseudo-code", "Pokémon", and "speaking in tongues".
Unfocused rambling because I more-or-less took things easy today.
I guess it's a good thing I tried writing some of these tests.
Trying to make sure that my failure messages are more detailed than "something broke somewhere."
I really hope this ends up being worth it.
It's probably a little cursed when there's a block that just starts if not typing.TYPE_CHECKING:
The similarities between the previous two summaries were not planned ahead-of-time, or even during-time.
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