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The pattern argument for .(r)glob must be relative. I think the docstrings and doc should say so. /pattern/relative pattern/
For rglob: '''This is like calling glob() with “**” added in front of the given pattern:'''
Currently "glob()" links to the glob module, which does not recognize '**'. It should link to back up to the Pathlib.glob entry, where the effect of '**' is defined. (I don't currently know the markup for that.)
I interpret '''“**” added in front of the given pattern:''' to mean '**' + pattern, so that '*.py' would become '***.py'. It actually becomes the equivalent of '**/*.p'. So I think '**' should be either '**/' or 'a "**" component'.
Since Mike has not responded in more that a week, please go ahead. Just put "“Original patch by Mike Short." in the commit comments (if you can, otherwise add a separate comment). Please add News blurb (see devguide) if you know how, with at least a title line. Mike has signed the CLA, though it would not matter here since his patch is taken from my message and could be classed as trivial.