- From Latin deprecatus, past participle of deprecari ("to pray against (a present or impending evil), pray for, intercede for (that which is in danger), rarely imprecate"), from de ("off") + precari ("to pray"). (Wiktionary)
“If the function is deprecated, should not be used any longer, then the @deprecated tag along with the version and description of what to use instead should be given.”
“a slightly simplified language with some elements and attributes moved into CSS, and will no longer encounter the term deprecated since older code will still be supported.”
“He allowed himself an extra cigar or two, and, in short, deprecated anything which threatened to disturb his peace.”
“But there is another reason why a war between the two countries is so much to be deprecated, which is, that is must ever be a cruel and an irritating war.”
“The other one was still killing a thread by calling a deprecated ten years ago method stop (), the third guy had issues explaining the data flow of a standard Web application built with Servlets and JDBC.”
“The release notes updated yesterday declare Java "deprecated" and state that Apple's Java software "will not be maintained at the same level, and may be removed from future versions of Mac OS X.”
“Apparently use of the password ahs been "deprecated", or in other words, "discouraged".”
“And, old versions can only be marked as "deprecated" to keep the list of current downloads clean and let end-users know that that download is no longer supported.”
“Apparemment, c'est un en-tête HTTP Pragma: no-cache qui est ajouté (par Safari, WebKit ou Mac OS X?) quand j'ai un proxy web configuré, et Bad Behaviour devient mé(fi|ch)ant parce que c'est un header HTTP 1.0 qui est 'deprecated' dans HTTP 1.1.”
“I've also learned that the html I do know is now "deprecated".”
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