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PEP 632: clarify migration advise

The section with stdlib replacement is also a bit hard to parse. There is no clear visual separation between short dash, serif and sans-serif fonts. How about using an em dash and a bit more text?

* ``distutils.fancy_getopt`` — use the ``argparse`` module
* ``distutils.spawn.find_executable`` — use the ``shutil.which`` function
* ``distutils.spawn.spawn`` — use the ``subprocess.run`` function
* ``distutils.sysconfig`` — use the ``sysconfig`` module
* ``distutils.util.get_platform`` — use the ``platform`` module
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PEP 632: clarify migration advise

Steve,

I have been contacted by a co-worker who got confused by PEP 632's migration advise. It's not obvious to non-experts how distutils commands and core-features can be substituted with setuptools. Could you please include an example that users can replace distutils imports like

from distutils import setup
from distutils.command.build_ext import build_ext

with

from setuptools import setup
from setuptools.command.build_ext import build_ext

in majority of cases?

Also the link from reference [5] is broken. https://setuptools.readthedocs.io/en/latest/distutils-legacy.html is a 404.

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Support code highlighting

I rebased, should be good to merge now

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PEP 515: fix links

On Mon, May 31, 2021 at 09:30:31PM -0700, Georg Brandl wrote:

That's definitely a bug in the Decimal implementation. Whether to fix that at this stage I'll leave to the maintainers of Decimal.

Well, apparently the Decimal maintainers (at least Mark) do think - there is nothing to fix... Neither PEP, nor the decimal implementation.

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pull request commentpython/peps

PEP 515: fix links

That's definitely a bug in the Decimal implementation. Whether to fix that at this stage I'll leave to the maintainers of Decimal.

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PEP 515: fix links

it would depend on how much it deviates

Well, the PEP is clear: "The current proposal is to allow one underscore between digits, and after base specifiers in numeric literals."

PEP also explicitly lists constructors in the stdlib, that allow this. Including the Decimal(). Which, however, accepts any number of underscores in any place.

whether it's backwards-compatible

Apparently, no.

If you think there is something to do wrt the PEP text - please reopen the quoted above issue.

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PEP 515: fix links

@skirpichev in regardes to what's in Python not matching the PEP, it would depend on how much it deviates and whether it's backwards-compatible since what's in the language now has been there for quite some time.

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