Charlie Clark wrote:
Am 05.07.2007 um 17:12 schrieb Tres Seaver:
I think we have to leave existing REQUEST-acquiring APIs alone, but
deprecate them, and then implement them by calling *new* REQUEST-passing
APIs. I would rather add methods than add hackery around the default
REQUEST argument, as it keeps the deprecation story cleaner.
Sorry for asking the obvious but so I can understand things better can
someone point me to a code example of a "tool" and a "utility",
especially a migrated one.
In terms of what we do to get the next 2.1 one out of the door:
documenting both what has changed as well as what cannot be changed yet
but will become deprecated is as important as making additional changes.
Grep for these comments:
"XXX: this method violates the rules for tools/utilities:"
They are followed by a short explanation and mark methods that need to
be fixed or replaced before they can become part of an utility API.
All tools listed here seem to work as utilities:
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