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    On 9/28/13 12:44 AM, anatoly techtonik wrote:<br>
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      <div dir="ltr">This - <a moz-do-not-send="true"
          href="http://docopt.org/">http://docopt.org/</a> - should be
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    In addition to the other questions already asked, you haven't
    answered the fundamental one: Why should docopt be included in the
    stdlib?  It's right there in PyPI where any one can get it.  Why is
    it better in the stdlib than in PyPI?<br>
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    --Ned.<br>
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        <div>-- <br>
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