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Author serhiy.storchaka
Recipients christian.heimes, eli.bendersky, hroncok, rahul-kumi, scoder, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2020-05-05.09:06:16
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Thank you Miro for information. It looks as awesome work!

The simplest solution would be to restore xml.etree.cElementTree and keep it forever. It will not harm anyone, it is just outdated import here and there.

We could also write an import hook which would analyze the code of the importer and warn only if xml.etree.cElementTree is imported without a common idiom. But it looks slightly overcomplicated to me.

And we can just let the users to fix they code for 3.9.
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