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Author r.david.murray
Recipients barry, drlazor8, jev2, r.david.murray
Date 2021-04-23.16:51:07
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Since python is doing the right thing here, I don't see a particularly good reason to put a hack into the stdlib to fix the failure of third party software to adhere to standards.  (On the output side.  We do follow Postel's rule on input and try hard to handle broken but recoverable input.)  I don't actually *object* to it, though, as long as it follows the standard on output, and is a *simple* change.

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