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Author skip.montanaro
Recipients belopolsky, casevh, georg.brandl, jimjjewett, ked-tao, loewis, mark.dickinson, pitrou, rhettinger, skip.montanaro, tim.peters
Date 2010-10-15.18:58:40
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Not that anybody needs my input on this, but...

Given the range of people advocating for this change, this looks to me
like it should be a release blocker for 3.2.  Raymond's comment about
performance seems especially important, and since the world seems to
be moving toward 64-bit operating systems (certainly should happen in
a big way during the lifetime of Python 3) it seems worthwhile to hold
up further 3.2 releases until this is solved.
Date User Action Args
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