Author brett.cannon
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Dropping ast.Lit is fine. As for the docstring part, I'm torn. Yes it's nice as that will show up semantically in the Python code, but it's also easy to check for by just looking if the first statement is a Str (or Constant if that's what we make all strings). So I'll say I'm +0 on the docstring part.
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