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Author Jim.Jewett
Recipients Jim.Jewett, catalin.iacob, codemiller, eric.araujo, francescor, javawizard, lregebro, ncoghlan, python-dev, rhettinger
Date 2013-07-10.22:43:01
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> Since this is such an incredibly niche edge case 
> (the ordered comparison has to return NotImplemented
> while __eq__ returns True), 

*and* the types are explicitly supposed to ordered, 
based on what is being tested

> I remaining consistent with the existing behaviour 
> is the most important consideration.

Agreed, once I consider that additional caveat.
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