[Python-Dev] Defining a path protocol
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Fri Apr 8 01:59:43 EDT 2016
Chris Angelico wrote:
> -1 for __os_path__, unless it's reasonable to justify it as "most of
> the standard library uses Path objects, but os.path uses strings, so
> before you pass a Path to anything in os.path, you call path.ospath()
> on it, which calls __os_path__()".
A less roundabout interpretation would be that it returns
the path in a form that is directly acceptable to the OS.
BTW, if __fspath__ is acceptable, __ospath__ (without the
embedded _) should be as well.
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