On Thu, Jun 26, 2008 at 12:33 PM, Stephan Richter
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> I did as you were aware of. :-)
I wasn't, because I didn't look. Note also that I wasn't asking who;
I don't think that matters.
> The gopherlib module was there before, I just shut up the deprecation warning.
Using Python 2.4.4, I get a deprecation warning for *regex*. So you
shut up the deprecation warning for Python 2.5 by introducing one for
> A deprecation warning was not issued until Python 2.5 though. How would I
About the gopherlib deprecation? That wasn't deprecated until
recently; it was regex that was declared obsolete in 1.5, and 2.4
generates a deprecation warning. I'll take it that you didn't test
your change with Python 2.4, which is still the supported Python for
Zope 3.4 (whatever that means).
> I am not sure why you would want a 3.5.2 release, since nothing breaks. I am
> all in favor removing this declaration for 3.6.0.
Because of the deprecation warning from the regex module. Deprecation
warnings aren't breakages, but when running tests, they can make it a
lot harder to see real errors as the output is generated by the test
runner. This is especially bad if you have a lot of separate
functional testing layers.
Fred L. Drake, Jr. <fdrake at gmail.com>
"Chaos is the score upon which reality is written." --Henry Miller
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