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Author projetmbc
Recipients paul.moore, pitrou, projetmbc
Date 2015-05-06.19:06:30
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Are you the author of path lib ?

*Christophe BAL*
*Enseignant de mathématiques en Lycée **et développeur Python amateur*
*French math teacher in a "Lycée" **and **Python **amateur developer*

2015-05-06 21:01 GMT+02:00 Paul Moore <>:

> Paul Moore added the comment:
> I have no problem with that - it's a style choice certainly.
> As I said, I'd like to see simpler subclassing of pathlib objects. I just
> think it'll be quite hard to do (given the complexities of classes for
> Windows/Unix as well as pure and concrete paths). So if it's just about
> examples like this, I personally would take the easier route and just go
> with standalone functions. If someone else felt strongly enough to design
> and implement a subclassing solution, that's fine though.
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