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Author ncoghlan
Recipients belopolsky, emilyemorehouse, eric.snow, hroncok, mcepl, ncoghlan, vstinner
Date 2018-07-10.12:51:40
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Thinking about this some more, I'm inclined to go the same way we did with issue 33932: classify it as an outright regression, work out the desired requirements for a missing embedding test case, and then fix the implementation to pass the new test case.

My suggestion for test commands would be:

    -m site
    -c 'import sys; print(sys.argv)' some test data here

Once those work properly, we'd consider the regression relative to Python 3.6 fixed.

Those could either be 3 different test cases, or else we could run them all within a single test case, with a Py_Initialize() call before each one (since Py_Main() calls Py_Finalize() internally).
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