Coding conventions for class names
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Thu Apr 26 06:50:44 EDT 2007
Kay Schluehr wrote:
> What happens when an enthusiast re-implements a stdlib module e.g.
> decimal s.t. it becomes a builtin module? Will the stdlib module serve
> as a wrapper to conform the current API or will the builtin module
> conform to the current interface.
Well, the best example is probably the transition from sets.Set to
__builtin__.set. The API changed but only slightly. So far sets.Set
retains the old implementation--it is not a wrapper for __builtin__.set.
Future modules may be implemented differently.
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