On Jun 15, 2006, at 11:42 AM, yuppie wrote:
Chris McDonough wrote:
For what it's worth, maybe there's some middle ground here. Just
because something is deprecated doesn't need it needs to have a
hard date to be removed. Why don't we just have the first use of
zLOG in each module generate a deprecation warning and just leave
it there forever? People will get sick of seeing the warnings,
and they'll eventually change it, but there's just no reason to
*force* them to change it on our time schedule. And if they
don't, who cares? People who don't want to see the warnings can
filter them out.
This sounds like a good compromise. At least for 'methods'. I don't
know if we should leave it there forever, but we could keep it at
least until it gets in the way of code improvements.
Nobody complained about removing '__ac_permissions__' and
'meta_types' support, so I guess they can be removed in Zope 2.11.
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