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Author eric.smith
Recipients Lord Anton Hvornum, eric.smith, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2017-09-26.20:33:43
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Yes, due to backward compatibility constraints, the behavior is immutable.

You might be able to argue for another method, say all_hosts(), or something. Or maybe even a optional parameter to hosts() that defaults to the existing behavior, but if provided, lets you select a new behavior.

What I would not support is a change to hosts() (or a new method) that treats a /32 network specially.
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