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Author r.david.murray
Recipients BreamoreBoy, bethard, draghuram, odd_bloke, r.david.murray
Date 2010-07-09.21:33:06
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Having an easy way to control where output goes makes sense.  This is a new feature, however, and thus only a candidate for 3.2, and in 3.2 it would be better to target it at argparse.  I think argarse makes this easier to do via subclassing, but doing so the easy way seems to require overriding a 'private' method (_print_message).  I've added Steven to the nosy list to see what he thinks.
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