On Jun 14, 2006, at 1:09 PM, Lennart Regebro wrote:
On 6/14/06, Chris McDonough <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
There are problems with the deprecation period, but only for
__ac_permissions__ and meta_types assuming we choose not to deprecate
The problem in this case being that we didn't use to issue deprecation
Yup, can't change history.
In any case, I personally don't care if it's removed in 2.10 or 2.11.
But since we decided (in another offshoot of this thread) that it
only makes sense to deprecate things in .0 releases, what *should*
happen is that we should forget about all of this and add "will
disappear in 2.12" to what will become 2.10.0.
I don't understand that logic. Zope 2.9.0 issued deprecation warnings
for these. Why should we not remove it in 2.11.0? That is two major
You're right, sorry. I didn't realize the deprecations made it into
2.9.0; I thought they went in to 2.8.5+ and 2.9.1+ . Removing these
in 2.11.0 is fine then.
The 2.9 branch's deprecation warnings will continue to will say that
all of these things will be removed in 2.10, which will be a lie.
But that's OK, people will tolerate misleading deprecation warnings
as long as what we do is actually more conservative than what it says
we're going to do.
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