[Python-Dev] backported Enum
barry at python.org
Sun Jun 16 17:19:12 CEST 2013
On Jun 15, 2013, at 11:53 PM, Ethan Furman wrote:
>Note that while flufl.enum was the inspiration, it is not the version that
>went into 3.4.
I haven't yet decided whether to continue with development of flufl.enum or
not. I think there's a lot of value in promoting a standard enum library and
having PEP 435 in both the 3.4 stdlib and in a good backport may outweigh the
differences. I mostly agree with everything in PEP 435 <wink>.
One big test will be porting Mailman 3 to enum34. I expect that to mostly
Just Work and I don't think the differences will affect it (I've already
adjusted for the lack of inheritance - mostly I have to see what effect it
will have on the database layer).
OTOH, if folks really depend on the differences in flufl.enum, I will probably
at least continue to maintain it, but not add any new features.
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