On Wednesday 07 April 2004 1:44 pm, Its Me wrote:
> Will 2.0 stop issuing this warning for
>
>     x.foo ( arg )
>
> It affects a very common code style.
>
> How about 1.8.x ?

As I recall, the warning was added in 1.8 because that sort of style was being
deprecated.

If that warning is no longer issued in 2.0, it will probably mean that

	x.foo ( arg1, arg2, ... )

is no longer equivalent to

	x.foo(arg1, arg2, ...)

Which means your coding style won't work at all anymore instead of merely
generating warnings (that is, if it runs at all, it probably won't run like
you expect).

- Dan