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Author pitrou
Recipients benjamin.peterson, eric.snow, pitrou, rhettinger
Date 2013-06-28.09:43:11
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> At the very least the pickle docs deserve some mention of the 
> behavior.  That way people won't need to spend as much time trying to
> figure out why things aren't working the way they expect.

I think you are overreacting. The rule you are talking about (special methods are only looked up on the class) is really known by experts, not so much by common Python programmers. I'd argue that pickle doesn't break normal users' expectations here.
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