[Python-Dev] More deprecations
Thu, 25 Apr 2002 23:03:41 -0400
"Fred L. Drake, Jr." wrote:
> Neal Norwitz writes:
> > Should the use of deprecated functions in the stdlib be removed?
> > string.atoi -> int
> > string.atof -> float
> > sys.exc_trackback -> sys.exc_info()
> Yes, especially that last one, since there are thread safety issues.
> > ConfigParser.py:311: string.atoi is deprecated
> > ConfigParser.py:314: string.atof is deprecated
> > Cookie.py:331: string.atoi is deprecated
> > inspect.py:658: sys.exc_traceback is deprecated
> These are now fixed in CVS. Thanks!
Great! Thanks, you saved me the work. I noticed your changes
to use string methods. Should I change other uses?
I've got diffs for: ftplib, markupbase, and tabnanny.
Should I check those in?
What are the modules that should keep backwards compatability
with 1.5.2? It seems these are currently:
Is this correct? Are there others?