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Handle Unions of collections in ValueEnumerator, recursively #1639

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commented Oct 7, 2019

Fixes #1622.

If we're trying to unpack a union, store a ValueEnumerator per union item, then produce unions as items from each of the nested enumerators.

Note that since the unions are of types and are not values, we need to do some extra work to shift back and forth between types and instances where needed.

Also:

  • Replace the Next property with a method, since it has side effects.
  • Replace a comment I added in a previous PR with a new one explaining what's actually happening.
  • Use ImmutableArray in ValueEnumerator (the default works better).
.Which.Should().HaveType("Union[BaseException, None]");

analysis.Should().HaveVariable("c")
.Which.Should().HaveType("Union[TracebackType, None]");

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It'd be nice some day to convert Union[X, None] to Optional[X], since that's the more readable choice, but this is correct for now.

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