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Author belopolsky
Recipients belopolsky, georg.brandl, jwm, loewis
Date 2011-04-08.18:36:31
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> Or whether to change it at all. It's hard to imagine that
> applications may rely on that aspect of the behavior - they
> have to use eval, after all.

I would like to see this fixed.  When working in interactive session, I find myself adding [:] to struct_time objects because otherwise I cannot copy the result and paste it back to CLI session.

Actually, the bigger problem for me is that struct_time repr is too verbose with repeated tm_ prefixes distracting from the data I want to see.  Chances are I will continue adding [:] or [:6] when I inspect struct_time values even if this issue gets fixed.

Overall I am +0 on fixing this.
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2011-04-08 18:36:32belopolskysetrecipients: + belopolsky, loewis, georg.brandl, jwm
2011-04-08 18:36:32belopolskysetmessageid: <1302287792.11.0.829757325497.issue5907@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
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