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Author jonny
Recipients amaury.forgeotdarc, jonny, loewis, rpetrov
Date 2010-11-23.08:47:21
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Well... ok. Although I already regard the patch as a strict bugfix (it fixes compilation of some C modules on MinGW), I'll go forward and create a patch for Python 3.2 which fixes compilation of all C modules on MinGW (all which are supposed to work on Win32 that is).

I assume once I've shown that the patch still mostly consists of some preprocessor fixes, it will have a fair chance of being applied in 2.7. If somebody knows that there is *no* chance, please speak *now* so I can just stop trying to make something that already works for me available to everybody.
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2010-11-23 08:47:23jonnysetrecipients: + jonny, loewis, amaury.forgeotdarc, rpetrov
2010-11-23 08:47:23jonnysetmessageid: <1290502043.22.0.743965592912.issue10504@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
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