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Author gregory.p.smith
Recipients Anthony Sottile, bethard, bskinn, eric.araujo, gregory.p.smith, memeplex, ned.deily, paul.j3, wolma
Date 2018-05-15.20:41:21
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If the behavior was consistent from 3.3 through 3.6, that is the behavior we should keep going forward in 3.7+ without a deprecation period.  (and this does not seem worth deprecating, lets just keep the behavior the same as it was in 3.3-3.6)

That 2.7 is different than >=3.3 here isn't important.  There are a lot of things that have conditional behavior differences when using 2 and over time that is becoming increasingly irrelevant.

Libraries often keep compatibility with both 2.7 and 3.4+ today, but it is less common for a command line tool entry point to need to be compatible with both.
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