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Author brett.cannon
Recipients Arfrever, brett.cannon, eric.araujo, eric.snow, meador.inge, pitrou
Date 2012-04-15.19:57:26
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Just because I was thinking about it, I wonder if necessarily all the frozen stuff really needs to stay in import.c. I mean a frozen module is really just an entry in an array of structs that has a name of an char*[]. I don't see why one couldn't simply have a get_frozen_bytes() method to convert that char*[] into a bytes object and use that to construct a module in pure Python code.
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