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Date 2013-01-14.21:08:39
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For reference, I encountered an issue due to this change and didn't quite understand what was going on. I distilled the problem down and posted a question on stack overflow:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14300153/why-does-this-datetime-subclass-fail-on-python-3/14324503#14324503

The answer led me here, so now I understand. I wanted to share this use-case for posterity.

I didn't find anything in the "what's new" documents for Python 3.3 or 3.0. Was this fundamental signature change to all objects documented anywhere? Any objection if I draft a change to the docs?
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