Author kaniini
Recipients eric.snow, kaniini, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka, xiang.zhang
Date 2016-06-10.19:58:07
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It seems to me that calling __contains__() (PySequence_Contains()) isn't necessary, as the first and last elements of the list are already known, and therefore known to be in the list.  Revising the behaviour of popitem() to avoid calling _odict_popkey_hash() seems like it may provide a marginal performance benefit as well as fix the problem.  Calling PyObject_DelItem() directly on the node should work fine I believe.
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