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Author Melroy van den Berg
Recipients Arfrever, Joshua.J.Cogliati, Martin Ritter, Melroy van den Berg,, gustavotemple, jrincayc, lbianc, python-dev, vstinner
Date 2017-07-06.13:44:09
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I also got this problem with gcc/g++ version 4.9.3. 

./Include/pyatomic.h:37:5: error: 'atomic_int' does not name a type

I'm using Python 3.6.1. It's not fixed!
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