On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 15:06, P.J. Ebypje@telecommunity.com wrote:
At 02:57 PM 8/31/2009 -0700, Brett Cannon wrote:
Ignoring that 'new' is not in Python 3.x (luckily 'types' is), I want a proper solution that doesn't require reconstructing every code object that I happen to import.
Practicality beats purity. ;-) (Especially if it allows importlib to run on older Pythons.)
I don't care about making importlib run on older versions of Python before 3.1. And this is a minor enough thing that I am not worried about missing in Python 3.1.
Also, surely you're not worried about *performance* here?
I do care about performance to an extent, but that is not the primary motivating factor to wanting to go with the marshal API change.