Sorry to pipe in so late, but this is actually the default behaviour of my C implementation (which I call KIO (Key Insertion Order), there is an option to change this to KVIO (Key (or) Value Insertion Order), which moves the pair to the end.
Armin Ronacher wrote:
Steven D'Aprano <steve <at> pearwood.info> writes:
Conceptually, I would expect the following behaviour:
od = odict() od = 'spam' # insert a new key od = 'parrot' # insert a new key od = 'ham' # modify existing key od.items()
[(1, 'ham'), (2, 'parrot')]
That behavior is different to any ordered-dict implementation out there ;-)
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