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Author gvanrossum
Recipients benjamin.peterson, gvanrossum, michael.foord, ncoghlan, pitrou
Date 2010-09-01.14:54:53
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Just jumping in here with commentary from the side bench... I noticed you say "this does not always return the same results as dir(x)". But since dir(x) exists, perhaps it would make sense to match dir(x) as closely as possible? I.e. if dir(x) doesn't know about it, don't return it, if dir(x) does know about it, do return it? Those would be ease rules to remember for sure.
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