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Author pitrou
Recipients brett.cannon, pitrou
Date 2012-02-17.22:36:31
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> The lastest patch (listdir_cache2) LGTM. Have you by any chance
> patched it in and run ./python -m importlib.test.regrtest (runs the
> entire test suite with builtins.__import__() substituted with
> importlib.__import__())?

There are a couple of test failures (in test_import, test_runpy,
test_reprlib). Apparently this is due to false positives when comparing
directory modification times. If I sleep() enough between tests, the
failures disappear...
I wonder if this could be a problem in real-life (say, someone compiling
some DSL to Python code on-the-fly and expecting import to pick up
without any timestamp problems).
Date User Action Args
2012-02-17 22:36:32pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, brett.cannon
2012-02-17 22:36:31pitroulinkissue14043 messages
2012-02-17 22:36:31pitroucreate