[Python-Dev] Baffled by PyArg_ParseTupleAndKeywords modification
"Martin v. Löwis"
martin at v.loewis.de
Sat Feb 11 23:52:45 CET 2006
>>That future version might get published in 2270, when everybody has
>>switched to C++, and compatibility with C is no longer required.
> Just for the clarification of those of us who are not C/C++ programmers,
> are you saying that this is different from the meaning in Python, where
> "deprecated" means that something *IS* going away?
To repeat the literal words from the standard:
Annex D [depr]:
1 This clause describes features of the C++ Standard that are specified
for compatibility with existing implementations.
2 These are deprecated features, where deprecated is defined as:
Normative for the current edition of the Standard, but not guaranteed
to be part of the Standard in future revisions.
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