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Author brett.cannon
Recipients Arfrever, Marc.Abramowitz, Ronan.Lamy, brett.cannon, jcea, ncoghlan
Date 2012-08-12.00:39:25
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So the more I think about this, the more I'm willing to do this in Python 3.4. First, though, the docs would need to be updated in importlib to distinguish between bytecode and byte-compiled files.

From there, I think could exist. It would be a classmethod so people can call it directly if they really want. It would verify the magic number, and if that's good, return a dict that can be directly compared against what path_stats() returns plus the bytecode for the module. This should properly shield the format of bytecode from users while still providing an API people can rely on.
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