A static type analyzer for Python code
No. I didn't expect it to be non-blaze/bazel tool friendly, but sounds like it is (aims to be at lest)?
It does seems to support the entire-directory parsing as well. That's nice! Let me give it a try next time. Thanks for the tip!
As a reminder to myself, here is the link to the doc: https://google.github.io/pytype/
Python static typing home. Contains the source for typing_extensions and the documentation. Also hosts a user help forum.
> Similarly where a language with first-class support for types might have `type Foo`, Python makes you write `T = TypeVar("T"); class Foo(Generic[T])` or something like that, and it gets more confusing when you only want one of the methods to be generic and I can never remember whether that `T` takes on a single type across all uses or which scope I need to define it in, etc.
I don't know about you but I find PEP 484 very clear here: https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0484/#scoping-rules-for-...
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Performant type-checking for python.
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