On 7/13/06, Giovanni Bajo email@example.com wrote:
I think python should have a couple more of future imports. "from __future__ import new_classes" and "from __future__ import unicode_literals" would be really welcome, and would smooth the Py3k migration process
Along similar lines as glyph, after complaining about this for a long time "offline" with my friends, I decided it's probably a good idea to get involved and vote that the __future__ import for unicode_literals be implemented. python -U is a failure for obvious reasons and a __future__ import is clearly better.
Does anyone want to pair on this?