[Email-SIG] email6 and Python 3.3
barry at python.org
Mon Feb 28 22:46:54 CET 2011
On Feb 28, 2011, at 04:32 PM, R. David Murray wrote:
>Well, fortunately I've been enjoying it, and the increased recognition
>is certainly one of the rewards, so thank you.
Just wait 'til the hate mail starts. Fortunately, most of that's got raw
8-bit in the headers, so you're in luck. :)
>Regardless, I think having some sort of introspection on the capabilities
>of the Message object is a good idea, but let's hold off defining it
>until later. I'd like the design to be informed by the requirements of
>handling externally-defined Message classes, as well as those provided
>by the email package itself. On the other hand, rather than getting
>too complex, it may be sufficient/better to just define some sort of
>"api version" that a class declares it provides. I suppose it could be
>an ABC, though personally I don't really like ABCs (but I'm not sure why).
I don't like them much either. Agreed that if YAGNI, there's no reason to add
them, or introspection for capabilities.
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