Author p-ganssle
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Date 2017-12-28.21:48:48
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> I mean dropping `.copy()` breaks not only compatibility between pure python versions but also between pypy releases and pypy/CPython code.
That's why I suggest to keep `.copy()` as an alias for `__copy__()`.

If the main issue is that pypy users have been using this, can't pypy just keep an alias for `copy` around, possibly with a DeprecationWarning?
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