[Python-3000] u'text' as an alias for 'text'?
"Martin v. Löwis"
martin at v.loewis.de
Thu Mar 20 21:18:35 CET 2008
>> It was proposed before, I don't know whether any implementation
>> on that has started.
> I don't see anything in the bug tracker. I'd be willing to look at it,
> if this is what we want to do.
Neither could I. I vaguely remember having people mention it, but
could not find anything, either. Perhaps you need to get
approval/agreement first in a separate thread.
>> Right. Of course, just removing a __future__ import is simpler than
>> editing all the string literals.
> py3k supports future imports.
Yes, but it won't/shouldn't support the unicode_literals __future__
import (atleast not without BDFL pronouncement).
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