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Author petr.viktorin
Recipients brett.cannon, docs@python, eric.snow, ncoghlan, petr.viktorin, python-dev
Date 2015-07-03.20:36:27
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Verifying modules to work ith subinterpreters is tricky. What level of assurance do you want?
Subinterpreters themselves require that you embed Python, which doesn't lend itself to an easy example. I hope 2.6 makes the situation better.
Example code is in xxmodule, which is mentioned.

The #3 problem is pretty common, unfortunately: if you define a Database class and a Record class, Database objects can't get to the Record class to instantiate it. If you define a module-level exception, methods of other classes can't easily raise it.
I think recommending workarounds/solutions needs some more discussion; I plan to summarize my thoughts on a mailing list soonish.
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