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Author brett.cannon
Recipients barry, belopolsky, brett.cannon, eric.araujo, ezio.melotti, ghaering, gpolo, michael.foord, r.david.murray, rhettinger, tarek, theller
Date 2010-11-29.19:11:38
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I have no issue with moving importlib into Lib/test as long as I can still run the tests with ``python3 -m test.importlib``. I actually only put the tests in importlib.tests because that was common practice amongst newer packages in the stdlib.

And just to prevent some rumour from perpetuating, importlib is not in maintenance mode. In fact the API was heavily reworked in 3.2 and I plan on exposing more of the API publicly in 3.3 and hopefully to bootstrap as well. The only thing you could think is in maintenance mode is importlib's Chesseshop package, but that's just for 2.x compatibility and for Django's benefit.
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