On Wed, Jan 26, 2022 at 12:50 PM Neil Schemenauer <nas-python@arctrix.com> wrote:
maybe we should be more aggressive about showing PendingDeprecationWarning if it comes from code that seems to be written by the user, e.g. outside site-packages
That would be pretty straightforward.
or not from a package installed by pip.  The exact logic of that is complicated though.
or impossible, I always use pip install -e on teh code I'm developing (though that could be detected, I presume), and if I have more than one of my own packages, then they are piip installed.

Ido think we could work harder on documenting how to selectively disable warnings though.

-CHB




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