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Tracking issue for `quote` feature #29601

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aturon opened this Issue Nov 5, 2015 · 5 comments

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aturon commented Nov 5, 2015

Tracks stabilization for the quote_* family of macros.

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eefriedman commented Nov 10, 2015

There isn't really much incentive to stabilize this at the moment; this is basically only useful with plugins.

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aturon commented Nov 10, 2015

cc plugin tracking: #29597

@eefriedman Thanks for your help filling out these skeletons! I was a bit uncertain about the right granularity -- we could consolidate some of these plugins-centric features into the plugins tracking issue, perhaps.

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eefriedman commented Nov 10, 2015

Mmm... I guess this makes sense to keep separate; we could in theory change the way this feature works, and stabilize it separately from plugins. (For example, we could use some trickery involving duck typing and use statements to allow someone to specify what AST-building library to use.)

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steveklabnik commented Mar 8, 2017

Triage: no change

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SimonSapin commented Mar 8, 2017

One change indirectly affecting this is that we now have a concrete plan for Macros 2.0 which will make this feature obsolete, so it is now on a path to (eventual) deprecation rather than stabilization.

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