[Python-Dev] uuid backward compatibility
"Martin v. Löwis"
martin at v.loewis.de
Sun Jun 18 10:23:53 CEST 2006
Ka-Ping Yee wrote:
> Anyway, it looks like someone has added this module to the list of
> backward-compatible modules in PEP 291. Regarding whether we want
> it to be on that list (i.e. whether or not this backward-compatibility
> should be retained as Python moves forward), i'm happy to have it
> either way.
In that case, I think we shouldn't require 2.3 compatibility. There
is no reason to deliberately break it either, of course.
As for the comment: It apparently *is* misleading, George mistakenly
took it as a requirement for future changes, rather than a factual
statement about the present (even though it uses the tense of simple
present). Anybody breaking 2.3 compatibility will have to remember
to remove the comment, which he likely won't.
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