How and where user defined __init__ executed in cpython

In cpython souce code, I find that class is created by type_call, type_new and type_init, user defined init function actually stored in the namespace, then transfered to the type-> tp_dict, how and where __init__function is executed I can not figure out, can any one help?

I always thought __init__ was called in the metaclasses’ __call__. For example:

class type:
    def __call__(cls, *args, **kwargs):
        obj = cls.__new__(*args, **kwargs)
        obj.__init__(*args, **kwargs)
        return obj

So perhaps check the implementation of type

Note that this code gets executed on class instantiation, not class creation. I imagine type.__init__ is called on class creation.

I was reading the cpython source code and try to analyze the byte code.
Initializing a new class in byte code is very simple, just one line call_function.

when no mata class specified, the new created class if of type PyType_Type, when you call the class, you get type_call function, which is same function when you created this class. in the type_call function I didn’t find anything related to the user defined init.
Definitily my analysis above is wrong somewhere, I just can not find it.

2 LOAD_CONST 0 (0)
4 LOAD_CONST 1 (1)
8 LOAD_CONST 1 (1)
12 STORE_NAME 0 (0)
14 LOAD_NAME 0 (0)
18 STORE_NAME 1 (1)

Finally find the result, Type_new function will call PyType_Ready and fixup_slot_dispatchers, in later function if user defined slot function was found, slot function will be called to handle it.