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License: ISC - See LICENSE file This is a simple piece of code born out of our frustration with the repetitiveness of calling overriden methods in python. having to write super(TheCurrentClassThatImIn, self).the_method_that_im_currently_in(all, the, arguments, again) every time you want to do that is just not DRY and makes refactoring that much more tedious. Wouldn't it be much coolder if you could just write self.super() instead? Yeah we thought so too. In the superclass of the class where you want to use this you need to make the superproxy available like this: class SuperClass(object): super = SuperProxy() Afterwards you can just use it in three forms in any method: - Auto-pick-up all available arguments and call the super method of the current method self.super() - Call super method of current method but with explicit arguments self.super(some_arguments) - Get a proxy for the superclass and call a specific method with specific arguments self.super.whatever_method(whatever, arguments) (self.super is the same as super(CurrentClass, self) but more DRY) Known Bugs: - Works only for object subclasses (new style classes) - Doesn't find super-methods of decorated methods as the code of the current method can't be found in the class object under the name of the method. TODO: - Package it all up nicely so it's super easy to use - Find a way so you can do something like from simple_super import use_in_object to get every object enhanced by its niceness. Changelog 1.0.5 (2016-09-07) - package for pypi to have an easy dependency - small cleanups to make it easier to step over this code in the debugger 1.0.4 (2010-06-06) - Add heuristic to move arguments to kwargs if lower method has more named arguments than the upper method 1.0.3 (2010-05-31) - Added compatibility for Python 3 - Moved stand-alone functions into nice classes 1.0.2 (2010-03-27) - Simplistic heuristic detection if self.super() or self.super(*args, **kwargs) was called so we can pass the right parameters - Made simple_super compatible with Python 2.3 and old-style classes 1.0.1 - do not add arguments if subclass uses self.super() and super class does not get any arguments besides self. 1.0 - initial release """

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