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Author andrekorol
Recipients andrekorol
Date 2017-07-17.05:26:38
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I forked cpython and implemented an lwalk function on The lwalk funtion behaves exactly like walk(), except that it recurses only to a certain level of depth that can be selected by the user. More information on the lwalk function can be found on "" in my cpython fork. It worked fine when I tested the funtion in a local virtual environment, but when I installed Python 3.7 with my lwalk function implemented in I get an error when I try to test it in my recent Python installation: "TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not iterable".
I'd like to know where else I need to add info about my lwalk function so it can be correctly used in a fresh Python installation and so than I can send a Pull Request.
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