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Author martin.panter
Recipients Hans Lawrenz, Oleg Babintsev, abarry, bkabrda, martin.panter, pitrou, python-dev, serhiy.storchaka, vstinner
Date 2016-06-18.09:59:53
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Are you sure Oleg? As far as I understand, Python 2 by default wraps C stdio file objects, and also has Python 3’s file objects in the “io” module. But I expect TemporaryFile() would use the default stdio files, and the cause of this bug, Issue 21679, should only have affected the “io” module in 3.5+.
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