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Author Mark.Shannon
Recipients Mark.Shannon, georg.brandl, nedbat, pitrou
Date 2014-10-06.21:43:44
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W.r.t PEP 384:
Every module, except pyexpat, in the stdlib library treats frames as opaque objects, as PEP 384 requires.
(I'm exempting builtins and sys here)
I think it is unreasonable to expect authors of 3rd party modules to respect PEP 384 if the standard library does not.

W.r.t. the change to ctypes: I have simply moved a function from ctypes.c to traceback.c (and renamed it accordingly) so that pyexpat.c can access it.
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