Type annotations are a formalized way to add some extra information about types to your project. Once you get through adding mypy to your project and annotate your code (remember you can do it automatically, at least to some extent) you will find yourself at the ocean of possibilities. This post will show the most […]
mypy: how to use it in my project? Part 2: automatically annotate code
Even after successful integration of mypy with an existing project (see mypy: how to use it in my project part 1), there are tons of code that does not have type annotations. Adding them manually is an unimaginable amount of work. We may do it gradually (as suggested in part 1) or use tools to […]
mypy: how to use it in my project?
Type annotations are like comments Type annotations are a great addition to Python. Thanks to them, finally our IDEs are able to provide good quality autocompletion. They did not turn Python into statically typed language, though. If you put a wrong annotation (or forget to update it after code change), Python will still happily try […]