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Author rhettinger
Recipients Mariatta, dfrojas, eli.bendersky, matrixise, nedbat, rhettinger, scoder, serhiy.storchaka, sivert, taleinat, vstinner
Date 2019-03-16.22:46:24
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> Raymond, it sounds like your end-user didn't agree that
> "sorting is no longer necessary or desirable."

Sorry for being unclear.  The user needed to *overcome* the sorting behavior so that they could produce an ordering of their own choosing.  The problem then became that we had to work out a way to defeat the sorting to allow the requested attribute ordering to be preserved.


   casefile = Element('casefile', clearance="confidential",
              access="internal", valid_through="31 Mar 2022")

The desired result is that the attribute order be preserved.  By removing the sort, a user can specify an order they want and have that specification honored.
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