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datetime, date and time: strftime method takes different keyword argument: fmt (pure) or format (C) #85432

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asottile mannequin opened this issue Jul 9, 2020 · 6 comments
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asottile mannequin commented Jul 9, 2020

BPO 41260
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    title = 'datetime, date and time: strftime method takes different keyword argument: fmt (pure) or format (C)'
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    asottile mannequin commented Jul 9, 2020

    C:

    static char *keywords[] = {"format", NULL};

    pure python:

    def strftime(self, fmt):

    this makes it difficult to properly type in mypy:

    https://github.com/python/typeshed/blob/209b6bb127f61fe173a60776e23883ac450cf1c8/stdlib/2and3/datetime.pyi#L55

    and calling with .strftime(fmt=...) or .strftime(format=...) is inconsistent

    (that said, it should _probably_ be a positional-only argument)

    @asottile asottile mannequin added 3.10 only security fixes extension-modules C modules in the Modules dir stdlib Python modules in the Lib dir type-bug An unexpected behavior, bug, or error labels Jul 9, 2020
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    pganssle commented Jul 9, 2020

    I think a positional-only argument would be the best option if we could do it, but it would be a backwards-incompatible change and it's probably not worth the hassle.

    If anyone is using the keyword argument, they're probably using format= rather than fmt=, since it's pretty rare for anyone to use the pure python version of datetime. PyPy uses it, but I think they tend to aim for consistency with the C API of CPython, and it seems like they already patch s/fmt/format/ themselves: https://foss.heptapod.net/pypy/pypy/-/blob/branch/default/lib_pypy/datetime.py#L781

    If anyone wants to make a PR I think we can fix this for 3.10, though unfortunately because it is an API change it can't be backported. I think in typeshed they can safely change from fmt to format even today (which would almost certainly be more accurate to end user use cases).

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    asottile mannequin commented Jul 9, 2020

    awesome, I'm going to work through this with someone in my discord as a demo / mentorship opportunity -- hope that's ok!

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    Updating this issue to cover the problem in date, time and datetime.

    @pganssle pganssle changed the title datetime: strftime method takes different keyword argument: fmt (pure) or format (C) datetime, date and time: strftime method takes different keyword argument: fmt (pure) or format (C) Nov 16, 2021
    @pganssle pganssle changed the title datetime: strftime method takes different keyword argument: fmt (pure) or format (C) datetime, date and time: strftime method takes different keyword argument: fmt (pure) or format (C) Nov 16, 2021
    @AlexWaygood AlexWaygood added 3.9 only security fixes 3.11 bug and security fixes labels Nov 16, 2021
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    srittau mannequin commented Nov 16, 2021

    Ref python/typeshed#6317 for a discussion about this in typeshed.

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    In addition to date.strftime and time.strftime, there is also a discrepancy in datetime.fromtimestamp. In the C implementation, the first parameter is called "timestamp"; in the pure-Python implementation, the first parameter is called "t".

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