This is a class I wrote than subclass
nn.Module and let modules implement
__call__ instead of
forward. I did this to get better type checking and type inference in python.
This module uses
__init_subclass__ set the
__call__ method of it’s subclasses to
forward so that it doesn’t mess up with
nn.Module hooks and stuff. I’ve been using this for a while and hasn’t encountered problems.
Are there implications that I haven’t seen?