Neil Girdhar added the comment:
Okay, I understand what you're saying, but I it says in the documentation that
"if an explicit metaclass is given and it is not an instance of type(), then it
is used directly as the metaclass". My recent updated "metaclass_callable" is
not an instance of type. Why should it raise an exception?
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