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There is no reason why the source code for Python cannot
conform to ISO C99 pointer aliasing rules.  If pointers are
being improperly aliased violating the C standard, it's just
bad programming practice.

The only reason to use a switch like GCC's
-fno-strict-aliasing or Solaris' -xalias_level=any is for
old legacy code, not well-programmed, actively maintained code.
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