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Author pitrou
Recipients jcea, meador.inge, pitrou, sbt
Date 2011-12-11.19:11:16
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> > Note that extension (non-builtin) types will need to have their 
> > __qualname__ fixed before their methods' __qualname__ is usable:
> >
> > >>> collections.deque.__qualname__
> > 'deque'
> 
> I'm confused.  Isn't that the expected behaviour?  Since the deque
> class is not nested inside another class or function, __qualname__
> should be the same as __name__, shouldn't it?

Uh, yes, my bad.
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