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Author veky
Recipients mark.dickinson, rhettinger, terry.reedy, veky
Date 2016-08-21.09:38:32
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> it's independent of the fix, and should probably be a 3.6-only change.

Fair enough. Two questions:

How/when does this appear in 3.6 line? I guess there is a standard timeline of how bugfixes are "forwardported", but I don't know what it is.

How do I make the _normalize "kwonlyfication"? Do I report a new issue and refer to this one? I really think that accepting `Fraction(2, 3, 4)` is simply a bug (though I don't mind if it's fixed only in >=3.6).
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