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Author stutzbach
Recipients gvanrossum, lemburg, loewis, r.david.murray, scoder, stutzbach, vstinner, zooko
Date 2010-05-08.16:11:04
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On Sat, May 8, 2010 at 8:07 AM, Martin v. Löwis <> wrote:
> 1. add a flag to PyModuleDef, indicating whether the module was built in UCS-2 or UCS-4 mode. Then let the interpreter refuse the load the module, instead of having the dynamic linker do so.
> 2. provide a mode for the header files where Py_UNICODE is not defined. add another flag to PyModuleDef indicating whether that mode was used when compiling the extension.

I notice that PyModule_Create currently works like this:

PyAPI_FUNC(PyObject *) PyModule_Create2(struct PyModuleDef*, int apiver);
#define PyModule_Create(module) \
        PyModule_Create2(module, PYTHON_API_VERSION)

Instead of modifying PyModuleDef, what if we changed PyModule_Create
to something like the following?

PyAPI_FUNC(PyObject *) PyModule_Create3(struct PyModuleDef*, int apiver);
#define PyModule_Create(module) \

In most cases that will Just Work, without requiring the module writer
to modify their PyModuleDef.
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