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Author rb
Recipients amaury.forgeotdarc, doko, jankratochvil, mgorven, movement, rb, schmir, terry.reedy, thijs, yonas
Date 2010-08-05.02:18:00
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Original reporter here.

lib-dynload is part of Python's dynamic loading mechanism. Perhaps somewhere like Python/dynload_dl.c is the relevant code?

Lib seemed like the right place to put the bug at the time, since it was the stdlib module files that were missing dependency declarations. Although perhaps Extension Modules would have been better?

In any case, I've just tried to reproduce the bug with 2.7 (on Debian Squeeze pulling version 2.7-2 of python2.7 and python2.7-dev from experimental), and failed (both 32- and 64-bit).

So it seems that this bug has been fixed at some point since 2.5.
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