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Author cdosborn
Recipients cdosborn, ezio.melotti, georg.brandl, r.david.murray
Date 2013-09-24.06:49:55
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In 2.7 there is no documented command *print, the docs are explicit on this (it's just the built in statement). However, 3.4 treats print like a feature of 2.7. Is this to maintain backwards compatibility? I would suggest preserving the original direction of the pdb, where a user has access to a p command but a user can always use the built in python print function.

in short:
-remove print from documented commands
-remove print alias

*This is my first patch :P Let me know if this is the correct direction, and what needs to be changed for acceptance, thanks.
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