On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 8:31 AM, Martijn Faassen <faas...@startifact.com> wrote:
> If we can get PendingDeprecationWarning working, people like Roger can
> keep refactoring without bothering too many people and still get the
> deprecation warnings they want to see. Then at some stage when a new
> release of a framework (Zope 3, Grok, Zope 2) is made, we could convert
> these warnings into true DeprecationWarnings and provide upgrade code
> for ZODB-level code. Or even not - the Grok project could for instance
> just have the policy not to release with any PendingDeprecationWarnings
> present either.
> For things we know never get pickled, we could choose to use
> DeprecationWarning right away. This might run into Tres' issue, which I
> don't quite understand yet. :)
> How does that sound?
Even though I don't mind deprecation warnings as they are, a provisional
+1 from me; I too would like to hear more about Tres' scenario.
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