[Python-3000] Moving forward: library reorganization
thomas at python.org
Tue Dec 19 02:11:03 CET 2006
On 12/18/06, Guido van Rossum <guido at python.org> wrote:
> Ok, so be it. Let this be a pronouncement -- the only stdlib reorg
> we're doing will be (a) deleting silly old stuff; (b) rename modules
> that don't conform to the current module/package naming convention,
> like StringIO, cPickle or UserDict.
Let's discuss some practicalities then. How about we just start renaming
modules in the p3yk branch, and make a new lib-old (it's currently empt)
that holds aliases for the old names -- but that raise an ImportWarning when
imported. (If that warning class still exists -- something tells me we
disabled again, but I don't remember the details.) The refactoring tool
should be usable for code rewrites, I think, considering there won't be any
implicit relative imports anymore, but we could do it by search-and-replace
or spot-the-warnings, too.
Thomas Wouters <thomas at python.org>
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