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Author ysj.ray
Recipients terry.reedy, ysj.ray
Date 2011-03-19.06:22:29
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Message-id <1300515749.99.0.6579895832.issue11604@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
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> I am only suggesting a check for module because the is the only mistake > I remember anyone reporting. Passing a number as a base class gives a > > similar message, but no one does that. And as far as I know, there is > no way in general to detect whether a callable works as a metaclass > except by calling it with name, bases, and dict.


Since 3.x all the module names became lower-case and can be easily differ from class names, so I don't think this problem will present much in 3.x, right?
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2011-03-19 06:22:30ysj.raysetrecipients: + ysj.ray, terry.reedy
2011-03-19 06:22:29ysj.raysetmessageid: <1300515749.99.0.6579895832.issue11604@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
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