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Actualy, dict are already ordered since a long time(since python 3 I think), but it wasn't certified. It was just the result of a new implementation of dict structure.

I can't imagine how it can break something. In which case can you have an advantage to have an unordered list? Biggest downside can be about perf, but I don't think it's the case here.

python 3.6 is when they reworked the dictionary and had the side effect of being ordered.

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