[docs] [issue17351] Fixed python3 descriptor documentation example + removal of explicit "object" inheritance in docs
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Sun Mar 10 05:37:34 CET 2013
Ezio Melotti added the comment:
> Why is it important to remove subclassing object?
It's not /important/, but those are just leftovers from 2.x, and there's no reason to keep them around.
> Isn't it still good form to mention object as a base class.
I don't think so (or at least I've never seen anyone suggesting to keep or add "object" explicitly).
The patch LGTM, so unless there's a valid reason to keep the "object" around I'll commit it soon.
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