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Author brian.curtin
Recipients brian.curtin, eric.smith, jaraco, ncdave4life, pitrou, stutzbach, tim.golden, vstinner
Date 2012-03-11.03:22:49
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file, and the Python 3 version contains the posix__getfinalpathname entry
point, but the Python 2 version does not.
> I presume that PyWin32 could also be used to work around this.  Too bad
it isn't automatically included with Python:

We can't use external packages in the standard library. If you're looking
for a Python which includes pywin32, ActiveState provides this.

I think we can just implement the function we need.
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