On 2012-10-08, at 20:47 , Antoine Pitrou wrote:
- `p[q]` joins path q to path p
- `p + q` joins path q to path p
- `p / q` joins path q to path p
+0, looks like a unix path although others will have issues
- `p.join(q)` joins path q to path p
+1, especially if `p.join(*q)`, strongly reminiscent of os.path.join (which I often import "bare" in path-heavy code), I don't think the common naming with str.join is an issue anymore than it is for threading.Thread.join.
- `p.joinpath(q)` joins path q to path p
same as `join`, although more of a +0.9 as it's longer without benefits.