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Author ncoghlan
Recipients belopolsky, ncoghlan, p-ganssle, tim.peters
Date 2017-12-31.04:30:01
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On 31 December 2017 at 01:34, Paul Ganssle <> wrote:
> That said, I think it would be really good if we could get a fast path for timezone creation and access to the UTC singleton into the Python 3.7 release. I think it's kind of a big disparity between the Python and C APIs that's existed for too long already.

It turns out the API already *is* exported as a capsule:

Our general guidance for capsule usage is just outdated, and the
datetime API follows that dated advice:

I'll file a separate issue for that docs problem later (the tracker is
reporting 502 Proxy Error for me right now)
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