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  • Updated Jan 27, 2021
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marcusmueller commented Jun 20, 2020

unicode_literals was necessary pre-Python 2.6; absolute_import pre-2.5.

It's especially not necessary on Py3.

Hence in the sence of cleaning up the source tree, deletion of all from __future__ import something from the python files is desirable. This should ideally not happen manually, but with a script, or command line: we need to do that on master, but it might also be desirable to


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