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Fred Drake wrote:
> On 9/5/06, Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> When I remember right, then I read an important sentence in the
>> Python style guide -- something along the lines: "This is a guide:
>> you should follow it but there are occasions when you may not do so with
>> good reasons."
> I don't know if this means you agree or not.
> I don't think this paragraph really applies to this discussion. Jim
> suggested that we change the Z3 style guide, and I'm suggesting that
I think this is an important point:
> that's counter-productive. Clearly, existing code isn't affected
> immediately, and APIs can't be changed anyway.
But changing APIs is what we do, and what we probably have to do, and
probably keep doing. However, I think, we need to get much more careful
with it and maybe we can try harder keeping existing APIs around,
although we find better ways to spell/implement/dress them.
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