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Author Eloff
Recipients Eloff, amaury.forgeotdarc, gregory.p.smith, pitrou
Date 2009-06-14.23:00:00
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Yes, I prefer:

globals()[funcName] = __get_hash(funcName)

The exec was used in the original code, I'm not aware of the style of
the python stdlib programmers, so I tried to be as true to what I found
as possible.

I just wanted to blunt my words in the original post, I don't want
Gregory Smith to view it as a personal attack, I was just frustrated in
having to debug the hashlib code. I'm sure even Gregory would admit it's
not code he's proud of (probably done under a tight deadline.) No doubt
Gregory normally does high quality work.
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2009-06-14 23:00:01Eloffsetrecipients: + Eloff, gregory.p.smith, amaury.forgeotdarc, pitrou
2009-06-14 23:00:01Eloffsetmessageid: <1245020401.54.0.563452772241.issue6281@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
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