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Author bdirks
Recipients bdirks, loewis
Date 2013-03-16.05:57:34
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A great number of PyUnicode functions are already added to the Limited API. That is, the declarations are outside of #ifndef Py_LIMITED_API guards in the header files, and the symbols are included in python3.lib and exported from python3.dll. (in 3.3.0)

Can't those functions link to the functions of the same name in python33.dll?

In other words, for example, PyUnicode_FromString in the python3.dll should link to PyUnicode_FromString in python33.dll, not PyUnicodeUCS2_FromString (which doesn't exist in python33.dll). Right?
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