Optional static typing for Python
Been looking into it a bit more. I think you're right, it's not supported. Turns out mypy only has very limited support for type hinting metaclasses. This page suggests it may be possible to support this with a mypy plugin, but I'm really not looking to do something that involved. Just wanting to hint an existing API :/ I suppose I could look into tweaking the API to be more hint-able, but I think I'll just accept this piece isn't perfect.
Python static typing home. Hosts the documentation and a user help forum.
but looking at relevant issues on GitHub it seems this has been shot down repeatedly. python/typing#18, python/typing#213
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