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However, it isn't ideal to have to explicitly copy parts of the base class in the derived class. For more complex examples I find I have to copy up whole subgraphs, which isn't DRY -- after all the point of factoring out some definitions into a mixin is so that you can use them as a single source of authority.
So the feature request is for the first version to work: if I write A.a in class B which derives from A, then a reference to A.a should be automatically put into B (unless it is explicitly declared). That way, if, e.g. I decide to change the name of a in the base class, I'll "fail fast" -- I won't be able to load the code.
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