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Author mgedmin
Recipients mgedmin
Date 2015-05-27.12:51:14
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While investigating I noticed that Grammar/Grammar changed in 3.5, but Lib/ wasn't updated.

I'm not familiar with the CPython parser, but I suspect that adding/removing/splitting grammar rules causes the nonterminal symbol IDs to shift, which ought to require an update in

Huh.  Now I see a comment in the file says it is automatically generated, but in that case why wasn't that done when I did 'hg pull -u && make && make install'?  Why is it checked into source control?
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