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Author tylercrompton
Recipients martin.panter, meador.inge, python-dev, twouters, tylercrompton
Date 2016-05-15.03:36:47
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I suppose the only thing that could be left is adding remarks in the documentations for previous versions. If I understand correctly, this would only be added to the documentations for Python 2.7 and 3.5. Is this correct?

Since this is the first issue in which I've submitted a patch, I'm still quite new to the CPython development workflow; is there a special way to indicate that a patch should be applied to a branch other than default? Or is that done simply by informally indicating so in a message?
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