It's for consistency's sake. Both the code around it and Python's stdlib
usually takes the haystack before the needle. It's an underscore method so
it shouldn't be used by any other code anyway.
On Aug 26, 2014 1:33 AM, "Jeff Forcier" email@example.com wrote:
The change to _allowed doesn't seem clearly better or worse. Is there an
idiom I'm missing re: why func(list_arg, single_value-arg) is better than
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