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Author ethan.furman
Recipients ethan.furman
Date 2021-04-26.23:04:32
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Currently, an enum with a mixed-in data type, such as IntEnum, will use that data type's `__format__` -- unless the user provides their own `__str__`, in which case the `str()` of the enum member will be used in the `format()` call.

This behavior will be deprecated in 3.10, and in 3.12 the default `__format__` will use the default `__str__`, which is the standard behavior for Python objects

For those that were relying on, for example,

    class Color(IntEnum):
        RED = 1

    f'{Color.RED}' # -> '2'

They will need to add ":d" to ensure the integer output:


This change does work now.
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