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Author joshtriplett
Recipients brett.cannon, joshtriplett, ncoghlan, petri.lehtinen, vstinner
Date 2011-05-27.15:21:02
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GRUB's filesystem drivers don't support reading mtime.  And no, no form of stat() function exists, f or otherwise.

On a related note, without HAVE_STAT, import.c can't import package modules at all, since it uses stat to check in advance for a directory.  In the spirit of Python's usual "try it and see if it works" approach, why not just try opening foo/__init__.py, and if that doesn't work try opening foo.py?
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