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Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
vscode
iirc also mike switched to it some time ago, not sure if it has stuck
I've never tried vim as an editor for doing anything serious (other than editing the one off config file on a server somewhere) do you suggest it?
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
vscode has its own type checker, but I would imagine someone has made it so mypy can be run in it
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
I think it uses pylance, that's an extension of pyright as type checker. I've yet to explore the options though. I have in the default option that is "use the typing if available, but don't show type errors"
as an intellisnse pylance works quite well, sadly it's not open source atm
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
are you on linux ?
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
macOS
but I’ve used vim for almost 20 years, so I can’t get away from it
I have to use VS Code in a remote VM for a customer, but I install the vim bindings for it so it’s bearable :D
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
ah yes. I'm used to the vscode bindings
but it's something similar with the keyboard layout. I use the en-us version to program, since the localized ones (it in my case) is a bit of a pain
do you know if the python has wheels specs for the arm version of macos?
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
that I’m not sure
I want to say “yes”, but I can’t say for sure
woo! my gerrit PR passed
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
I guess we will need to wait for github to have arm macs though, I don't think you can use a normal intel version to compile on arm, and I don't think the docker + qemu we use on linux works for mac
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
and now @CaselIT begins to rip into my PRs :D
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
still sorting by smallest
:)
secretly hoping mike takes the large ones :)
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
they say that’s the best way to deal with any sort of debt in finances :)
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
ahah
the Union[] is ugly as sin in python.
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
yeah :/
in 3.10, you’ll be able to use X | Y
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
un 39 you can use a | b
oh 3.10
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
you can use it in 3.9 if you have from __future__ import annotations, but only in certain spots
same with typings
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
indeed. 3.9 raises
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
you can do this in 3.9:
from __future__ import annotations

def foo(bar: str | int) -> None:
because annotations aren’t evaluated
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
do the typing need to be compatible with the py version you target?
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
I forget
let me check
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
iirc annotation will be always evaluated until 4
Alex Grönholm
@agronholm
no, in 3.10 they're not evaluated
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
that is also a stupid thing to do by default... they should have made then lazy by default
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
I thought they were going to default to not evaluating in 3.10
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT

no, in 3.10 they're not evaluated

thanks! so there is no longer need to use str for forward refs?

Alex Grönholm
@agronholm
correct
Federico Caselli
@CaselIT
just 5 releases too late I guess
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
X | Y is supported in stubs
we can do a mass change at a later time
there’s another change I’d like to see: removing = … from module-level and class-level variables
@CaselIT I think the docs are wrong for DDLElement.dialect
execute_if(dialect=) says this:
        :param dialect: May be a string, tuple or a callable
          predicate.  If a string, it will be compared to the name of the
          executing database dialect::

            DDL('something').execute_if(dialect='postgresql')

          If a tuple, specifies multiple dialect names::

            DDL('something').execute_if(dialect=('postgresql', 'mysql'))
Bryan Forbes
@bryanforbes
however, _should_execute does this: