[New-bugs-announce] [issue16397] UserString doesn't combine nicely with strings
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Sat Nov 3 19:13:13 CET 2012
New submission from Jorge Cardona:
I think UserString must play nicely with other standard objects to be useful. For example, right now is not possible to join a list of UserString with a string.
This shouldn't fail:
from UserString import UserString
but it fails in 2.7 and it fails too with 3.2 (replacing with collections).
I'm assuming most of the user of UserString, use it as a replacement of a string, and it would be great to actually be able to replace strings passed to thid parties with userstrings.
I imagine there would be some edge situations harder to resolve, but if someone is just using standard libraries it should be safe to pass a string or an userstring.
title: UserString doesn't combine nicely with strings
versions: Python 2.7, Python 3.2
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