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Python breacrumbs match the need for delayed usage of class instance
attributes.

People using the asynchronous programming pattern, mostly, often face
situations where a deferred call will need to access a specific attribute
of an object that is not yet instanciated. The default approach is to pass
the attribute name along with the deferred call.
This happens for attributes, but also for method calls, index access, etc.
Python breadcrumbs provides an elegant way of storing such information as
deferred attribute access, method call, list slicing, etc.(more...)

src/t/w/twistmc-0.1.3/twistmc.py   twistmc(Download)
import inspect
import functools
import breadcrumbs  # pylint: disable=F0401
import types