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Author ezio.melotti
Recipients ezio.melotti, flox
Date 2011-10-23.21:30:16
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  "assert{DictContainsSubset,RaisesRegexp,RegexpMatches}", "fail*"

The "fail*" should stay.

The general idea is that with Python3 we can wait a bit more before getting rid of things, because if someone jumps from 2.7 to 3.3, he might not find things that got deprecated in 3.2 and disappeared on 3.3.

That said, some of the more obscure functions/method/attributes can probably go.

Also I think that PendingDeprecations are now quite useless, since DeprecationWarnings are silenced by default.  I think we can convert them to DeprecationWarnings, even if we leave them there for a couple of versions.
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