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Author martin.panter
Recipients ezio.melotti, martin.panter, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2015-11-11.01:31:53
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getattr-once.patch handles my first two points. It backports the set() change, and avoids the hasattr() check. I guess we apply this to 3.4+; expect merge conflicts with 3.6.

As for the last point, I will make another patch to include special attributes that don’t actually exist yet, where they are currently omitted. Would we consider this a new feature for 3.6? Going by Serhiy’s logic in <> I would say yes.
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