mattip: Yay, sure I will! Thanks a lot 😆
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mattip: Yes, seems to work. I get now the error `TypeError: can't set attributes on type object 'method_descriptor'`
mattip: which is probably correct for builtin types?
mattip: It creates correctly a getset descriptor. Then it breaks because it cannot set the attribute `__signature__` on builtin types (this is in fact new from me). Can I do something about that? Maybe use derived types, or who complains about the `__signature__` name?
mattip: (probably I can also live without setting the `__signature__` attribute, would be implemented more indirectly if that's the showstopper)
cfbolz: This crashes PySide, no idea why. Fixed "currently" by temporarily removing the flag because I could not find what's wrong. Now I'm afraid that PyPy does not react on fiddling this flag. Is vectorcall of benefit for PyPy?
ctismer: not really no
cfbolz: but that's already in 3.8, isn't it? I already tried that, works 🖖
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