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Author cool-RR
Recipients barry, brett.cannon, cool-RR, ezio.melotti, georg.brandl, pitrou, r.david.murray, tshepang
Date 2014-10-16.18:11:39
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I agree with Brett. Making old functions support `Path` sounds trivial to me, and I don't think there are any backward compatibility issues. Having to do str(path) every time you call a function is ugly. So I think that all stdlib functions that currently take a string path should be able to take a `Path` object.

I'll add to that the functions in the `zipfile` module.
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