"Raymond Hettinger" firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
Another trouble with "resource managed" is that it makes little sense even when describing something that is clearly a resource (for instance, "locking objects are resource managed", what the heck could that mean, there is no hint about the presence of __enter__ and __exit__ or the ability to work with the "with" keyword).
At this point, I'm almost liking 'witherator'. At least it's something you can look up in the index.
(I think Raymond has identified the problem I have with resource manager more clearly then I did; I certainly don't think I'd realise what "decimal.Context() is a resource manager" meant at first reading).