[Python-Dev] Enhancing the shutil module
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Sun Jan 17 20:53:03 CET 2010
On 17/01/2010 19:51, Tarek Ziadé wrote:
> For 2.7/3.2, I am in the process of removing modules in Distutils that
> can be replaced by calls to existing functions in stdlib. For
> instance, "dir_util" and "file_util" (old modules from the Python 1.x
> era) are going away in favor of calls to shutil (and os), so the
> Distutils package gets lighter.
> Another module I would like to move away from Distutils is
> "archive_util". It contains helpers to build archives, whether they
> are zip or tar files. I propose to move those useful functions into
> shutil, as this seems the most logical place.
> I also propose to maintain this "shutil" module for now on (no one is
> declared as a maintainer in maintainers.rst) since Distutils will
> become a heavy user of its functions.
> Any objections/opinions ?
I think it's a great idea. :-)
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