On Apr 10, 2009, at 2:00 PM, Glenn Linderman wrote:
If one name has to be longer than the other, it
should be the bytes
version. Real user code is more likely to want to use the text
version, and hopefully there will be more of that type of code than
implementations using bytes.
I'm not sure we know that yet, actually. Nothing written for Python 2
counts, and email is too broken in 3 for any sane person to be writing
such code for Python 3.
Of course, one could use message.header and
they'd be the same length.
I was trying to figure out what a 'thdr' was that we'd want to index
'by' it. :)