[New-bugs-announce] [issue13248] deprecated in 3.2, should be removed in 3.3

Florent Xicluna report at bugs.python.org
Sun Oct 23 19:49:46 CEST 2011

New submission from Florent Xicluna <florent.xicluna at gmail.com>:

The PEP 387 suggests that deprecated objects or arguments are removed in version (n+1).
I've listed these DeprecationWarnings in 3.2, which are still in 3.3.
I assume that most of these deprecated objects or arguments could be removed before next release.

  argument "max_buffer_size" of BufferedWriter and BufferedRWPair
  argument "version" and related methods of ArgumentParser
  shortcut "dispatcher.*" for "dispatcher.socket.*" attributes
  functions "encodestring" and "decodestring"
  functions "parse_qs" and "parse_qsl"
  "ParsingError.filename", "RawConfigParser.readfp", "SafeConfigParser"
  "SequenceMatcher.isbjunk", "SequenceMatcher.isbpopular"
  argument "strict" of HTTPResponse and HTTPConnection
  methods "set_prefix" and "get_prefix" of "pytree.Base"
  argument of type "StringIO" or "text mode files"
  function "splitunc"
  argument "exclude" of "TarFile.add"
  old API
  "assert{DictContainsSubset,RaisesRegexp,RegexpMatches}", "fail*"
  "Element.getchildren", "XMLParser.doctype"

components: Library (Lib)
messages: 146236
nosy: flox
priority: normal
severity: normal
status: open
title: deprecated in 3.2, should be removed in 3.3
type: behavior
versions: Python 3.3

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