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Author pitrou
Recipients isoschiz, mark.dickinson, meador.inge, pitrou, serhiy.storchaka, skrah
Date 2013-04-20.22:15:32
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> - I'm no expert on the C API, but in s_iter_unpack do you not need to
> check for failure of PyType_GenericAlloc before calling
> PyObject_GetBuffer?

Yes, good catch.

> - I'm not a fan of separate iter_ functions (and there seemed to be a
> general move away from them elsewhere in Python3; obviously here we
> have to maintain backwards compat though). Perhaps a boolean keyword
> "asiter" arg to the regular unpack() instead?

We generally consider it bad API design when a parameter changes the
return *type* of the function. "iter_unpack" may not be terrific as a
name but it describes the semantics quite clearly (and it's not too
annoying to type).
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2013-04-20 22:15:32pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, mark.dickinson, skrah, meador.inge, serhiy.storchaka, isoschiz
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