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I've documented that 'collections.abc' is no longer implicit, which I presume means we are going to keep this behavior.  (Unless you tell me to revert that and we fix it as a regression in 3.4.1).

As long as an application follows the note and explicitly imports collections.abc, I would think that the freeze tools would do the right thing.  I'd think they'd do the right thing anyway, since _collections_abc appears in an 'import from' in collections.__init__, so I'm not clear what problem is anticipated for freeze tools that is different from the one that any program relying on the implicit import would face.
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