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As you mention, this is no longer true. You are correct that a lot of existing code would have benefited from having had generics longer, but I don't think this is overall a big deal. The biggest issue is the lack of support for them in the standard library, but this is actively being worked on.
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After I found https://github.com/hjwp/pytest-icdiff, things changed. It was easy to see that one data structure had a small property difference. That was not happening with pytest.
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