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Author r.david.murray
Recipients berker.peksag, chad.birch, cvrebert, demian.brecht, martin.panter, orsenthil, r.david.murray, rbcollins, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2015-07-29.20:52:05
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Because it raises an error where none was raised before, I'd only apply this to 3.6.  This is especially true since this issue is not a *bug* report, but a "shouldn't this be more consistent" report.  That is, there's no great weight (the OP wasn't even sure it should be changed) in favor of the backport, so even a small possibility of breaking working code argues against the backport.

(To be clear: by working code I'm envisioning code that is getting that None value and using it as an error signal or treating it the same as a missing port.  Such code is technically "broken" but could be working if the default port happens to work, or the only out of range values it encounters are integers, or it is happy with the exception bubbling up in the non-integer cases.)
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