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Author ncoghlan
Recipients hynek, jcea, ncoghlan, neologix, pitrou, rosslagerwall, tarek
Date 2012-01-31.12:08:59
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Hmm, given the various *at() APIs that sort alphabetically next to their path based counterparts, perhaps we can make the naming consistency change go the other way? (i.e. listdirfd() and walkfd()). Even if POSIX puts the fd at the front, do we really have to follow them in a silly naming scheme?

And as per the python-dev discussion, +1 for being consistent with os.walk() when it comes to symlinks to directories.

Aside from the naming question, is there anything else holding this up?
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