On Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 5:46:51 PM UTC-5, rengel wrote:

Beyond that, there are many other small annoyances: 
- In __doc__ strings, Leo code often states the obvious. Every Python 
> programmer knows, that __init__ is the constructor.

Leo's cff command often finds matches in multiple ctors.  These supposedly 
redundant comments are a recent addition.  The docstrings are typically:

    '''ctor for x class.'''

They allow me to see to what the class each *cloned *ctor belongs.


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