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Author era
Recipients era, ncoghlan, xiang.zhang
Date 2016-11-01.09:31:41
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Quick googling did not turn up anything like a credible authoritative reference for this, but in actual practice, I have seen /32 used to designate a single individual IP address in CIDR notation quite a lot.

I can see roughly three options:

  1. Status quo.  Silently surprise users who expect this to work.
  2. Silently fix.  Hard-code /32 to return a range of one IP address.
  3. Let users choose.  Similarly to the "strict=True" keyword argument in the constructor method, the code could allow for either lenient or strict semantics.

By the by, I don't see how the bug you linked to is relevant here, did you mistype the bug number?  #27863 is about _elementtree
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