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On Tue, Oct 8, 2013 at 11:08 AM, Antoine Pitrou <report@bugs.python.org>wrote:

> > Is there any chance we could just have it work for bytes, ints, and
> > floats? That'd solve the immediate need, and it'd be obviously
> > correct how to have those behave.
>
> You mean "%s" and "%d"?
>

Basically, yes.

>
> > Punting this to 3.5 basically means we'll have to either wait for
> > 3.5, or do something awful like use cffi to grab sprintf to port
> > Mercurial.
>
> Or write a pure Python implementation.

Hah. Probably too slow for anything beyond a proof of concept, no?
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