[Python-3000] [Python-Dev] parse_qs and parse_qsl functions
brett at python.org
Sat Aug 16 21:52:04 CEST 2008
On Sat, Aug 16, 2008 at 7:04 AM, Facundo Batista
<facundobatista at gmail.com> wrote:
> The issue 600362 has two patches (one for 2.6 and the other for 3.0)
> that are ready to commit (with a small change in the docs). This
> patches relocates the parse_qs and parse_qsl functions into the
> urlparse module (urllib.parse in 3k), bringing them from the cgi one.
> For backward compatibility, those functions are also accessible from
> the cgi module, but in the documentation says that the function was
> moved, and you should use it from the urlparse one.
> So, we don't have *any* change in the behaviour towards the final user.
> Two questions:
> - It's ok to do this now or we should wait for 3.1/2.7?
> - Should we add a deprecation warning in the cgi module for this functions?
> I propose to commit this now, but leave a deprecation warning for the
> next release.
Obviously Barry's call, but I think it's fine to do what you are proposing.
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