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Author thijsvandien
Recipients eryksun, paul.moore, steve.dower, thijsvandien, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2015-09-29.21:37:20
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If this turns out to be a Windows problem, I'd insist not to close it as such but to find away around that. After all, in Python 3.4 there was no subcommand, and all was fine. Do we really need that second level menu? I found it to be less user-friendly as well. How many users want to make a conscious choice between editing in the 32-bit version of IDLE or in the 64-bit version, when both are installed? Does it make any difference at all? Would it matter to add both at top level context menu options, without grouping, considering that probably most users will have only one install anyway?
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