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A non-data-descriptor, that behaves like :class:`property` except that it
only provides the getter part.

This is to be used on a metaclass instead of :class:`property`. This will
turn the method into a class property but additionally allows inheritance
of property as an attribute on subclasses. Inherited attributes will always
take precedence over the metaclass, no matter where it is defined.

An example clarifies this:

src/p/y/pyramid_crud-0.1.3/pyramid_crud/forms.py   pyramid_crud(Download)
import wtforms_alchemy
import six
from wtforms.ext.csrf.form import SecureForm
import wtforms
from .util import get_pks, meta_property