Author Tim.Graham
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Does it seems likely that getfullargspec() will be deprecated after Python 2 is EOL? Django is currently reimplementing getargspec():
https://github.com/django/django/blob/8ab7ce8558792f41637d6f87f2a8a117e169dd18/django/utils/inspect.py#L4-L24

A pull request proposes to modify that implementation to behave as getfullargspec(): https://github.com/django/django/pull/8410

Django master now supports Python 3.4+, so I guess we would rather use getfullargspec() if it's not going to be deprecated in the future. The only downside is that it would introduce deprecation warnings for Python 3.5 users since those warnings haven't been removed yet. I guess Django could silence them.
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