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Author brett.cannon
Recipients Trundle, benjamin.peterson, brett.cannon, eric.araujo, eric.snow
Date 2012-02-04.16:13:31
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OK, I'm down to a single bug to be solved to call this work a "success" (there are other test failures, but they are not overtly difficult to solve).

At this point the bootstrapping is failing in the face of sub-interpreters. Specifically, when I try to load the frozen importlib code in Py_NewInterpreter() it leads to an assertion failure in the GC code when handling references in a GC generation. I have zero experience with sub-interpreters and my GC experience is rusty, so if anyone can have a look at the code I would appreciate it to see if they can figure out why loading a frozen module (while in marshal) is leading to a GC assertion error.
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