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Author MLModel
Recipients MLModel, loewis, ronaldoussoren
Date 2010-12-25.01:27:14
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Thanks for letting me know (and with a personalized message, yet!). I wasn't paying attention -- i verified that the problem exists in 2.7 and 3.1 and I just dragged 3.1 down to 2.6. Although I've been working furiously in Python for the past six months, I haven't been writing or teaching so I haven't been combing the documentation or testing examples or using obscure or forgotten features, which together are the source of nearly all my bug reports. So I just automatically did what I used to do. I understand the issue and difference; I just didn't realize 2.6 was closed -- I didn't really mean that this should be fixed in anything other than the current or even next release of anything. 
On Dec 24, 2010, at 3:36 PM, Terry J. Reedy wrote:

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> Terry J. Reedy <tjreedy@udel.edu> added the comment:
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> Mitchell: 2.6 is closed to revision except for security issues
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> nosy: +terry.reedy
> resolution: wont fix -> 
> versions: +Python 3.2 -Python 2.6
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