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Author ncoghlan
Recipients gvanrossum, larry, ncoghlan, yselivanov
Date 2015-06-19.04:47:32
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As part of the PEP 492 implementation, Yury has needed to hardcode compile flag contants in various places, with adjacent comments explaining what the magic numbers mean.

It occurred to me that there's a way we could make those constants readily available to any code manipulating code objects: expose them as read-only attributes via the code object type.

Does this seem like a reasonable idea?

If yes, would it be reasonable to classify it as part of the PEP 492 implementation process and include it during the 3.5 beta cycle?
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