On 29 November 2017 at 18:49, Kirill Balunov email@example.com wrote:
2017-11-29 11:14 GMT+03:00 Nick Coghlan firstname.lastname@example.org:
It's OK to say "the use case exists, but I still don't want that particular syntax for it in Python" (I'm personally inclined to agree with you on that front). It's not OK to try to claim there are no use cases where the status quo is awkward enough to become irritating (since it's an empirically false statement that you don't need to be making).
If the problem with the proposed syntax, but there are cases for use, it may be worth to bikeshed one more time?
I don't think enough time has passed since we first discussed it. Since Guido has already said "not for 3.7", we can give folks another 12+ months to ponder the problem, and then maybe revisit it for 3.8.