Hi,

I recently compared OrderedDict instances while writing unit tests, and discovered an interesting behavior. If I create two ordered dictionaries with the same keys/values in the same order, I observe that their values are not equal when I compare them.

I recently asked a question about this on Stackoverflow:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/34312674/why-values-of-an-ordereddict-are-not-equal

Moreover, another user observed that keys of ordered dictionaries are compared in an order insensitive way:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/34320600/why-does-the-ordereddict-keys-view-compare-order-insensitive

Are there any reasons for such implementation choices? As it appears disturbing for many people, would it be possible to update these behaviors?

Best Regards,
Alexandre.