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Originally, this was the only place where decorators were
transformed into the corresponding calling code.  Now, this is
done directly in DefNode and PyClassDefNode to avoid reassignments
to the function/class name - except for cdef class methods.  For
those, the reassignment is required as methods are originally
defined in the PyMethodDef struct.

The IndirectionNode allows DefNode to override the decorator

src/p/l/plexnet-HEAD/third_party/python/Cython/Compiler/Tests/TestDecorators.py   plexnet(Download)
import unittest
from Cython.TestUtils import TransformTest
from Cython.Compiler.ParseTreeTransforms import DecoratorTransform
 
class TestDecorator(TransformTest):

src/p/y/pylibs-HEAD/Cython/Compiler/Tests/TestDecorators.py   pylibs(Download)
import unittest
from Cython.TestUtils import TransformTest
from Cython.Compiler.ParseTreeTransforms import DecoratorTransform
 
class TestDecorator(TransformTest):

src/e/s/essig-HEAD/vm/cython/Cython/Compiler/Tests/TestDecorators.py   essig(Download)
import unittest
from Cython.TestUtils import TransformTest
from Cython.Compiler.ParseTreeTransforms import DecoratorTransform
 
class TestDecorator(TransformTest):