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MAINT: Mark type-check-only ufunc subclasses as ufunc aliases during runtime #19958

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@charris charris commented Sep 26, 2021

Backport of #19856.

Closes #19834

numpy.typing currently has a number of (type-check-only) ufunc subclasses that are used for differentiation the various combinations of ufunc.nin and ufunc.nout ufuncs. These classes were previously marked as Any during runtime however, which could trip up autocompletion tools such as Jedi.

This issue has been resolved by instead treating them as ufunc aliases during runtime, similar to how typing.TypedDict is treated w.r.t. dict.

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@charris charris commented Sep 26, 2021

@BvB93 Ping for check. NumPy 1.21.x still supports Python 3.7.


@charris charris added this to the 1.21.3 release milestone Sep 26, 2021
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LGTM, the changes introduced herein work just as well with 3.7 as with >= 3.8.


@charris charris merged commit 51b7c50 into numpy:maintenance/1.21.x Sep 26, 2021
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