Jusst out of curiosity, what is the rationale for deprecating "methods"?

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On Jun 9, 2006, at 10:52 AM, Florent Guillaume wrote:

OFS.Application has a few deprecations warnings that were supposed to go away in Zope 2.10:

__init__.py of %s has a long deprecated '__ac_permissions__' attribute.
  __init__.py of %s has a long deprecated 'meta_types attribute.
  __init__.py of %s has a long deprecated 'methods' attribute.

Shall we remove them now?
Note that ExternalEditors 0.9.1 for instance still used 'methods' but that's its own damn fault.

Florent

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