SequenceableCollection>>#upTo has been deprecated - for 13 years and counting...
On the latest just updated trunk image, I got this deprecation warning, and did some spelunking.
* It was added almost 13 years ago.
* It is the only implementation of #upTo: that is deprecated (admittedly, the others are all on various flavors of Streams)
* It's preferred new name is #copyUpTo:, which is only present in SequenceableColletcion, no where else.
I like to use common messages across all objects that I can. I have fallen into the habit of using #upTo: against collections for years now (and didn't notice this because many, many years back I added this to various sub-classes of SequenceableCollection - bad me).
Am I wrong and I should just stop pretending that there are similarities between streams and collections?
Or, should I remove the deprecation warning, and let it silently continue to do what I've been doing for years? If so, I'll push this to the inbox so someone else can copy it to trunk.
My third option I'm going to ignore (copying the code from #copyUpTo: to #upTo:) because it is heavily used in the image - and when you know you have a collection, it is a more correct name.
ps - do we have a limit on how long deprecations can stay in the system?