Author steve.dower
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Date 2015-10-12.15:43:07
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If they are compiled independently, they should have Py_BUILD_CORE set. 

That flag is meant for the headers, which serve dual purposes, not the module itself. *Any* C file that is part of core should expect that option to be set for when it includes its headers.

All that said, it seems that _datetimemodule.c forces Py_BUILD_CORE on to get access to some extra definitions, which presumably means that somebody at some point wanted to compile it into an extension module. I don't see the use case here though - is there something about its public API that is not stable?
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