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Author eric.snow
Recipients Arfrever, aronacher, brett.cannon, eric.snow, ncoghlan, rhettinger
Date 2014-05-30.16:47:27
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But that part is less of a concern since we don't need namespace packages before or during bootstrapping, and afterward we have access to interp->importlib.  Or am I missing something?

> which gets us back into the whole question of whether types should
> function entirely in isolation from other subsystems of Python.

That is a great question, regardless.  In part I imagine it depends on the subsystem and how intrinsic it is to the interpreter, which seems like a relatively implementation-agnostic point from a high-level view.
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