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Author vstinner
Recipients arekm, axh, benjamin.peterson, brett.cannon, gul916, pitrou, python-dev, scoder, vstinner
Date 2018-07-18.08:08:43
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(Ah, Benjamin restarted the discussion, so I reopen this issue.)

> I understand the desire to compile Python with OpenMP.

I'm not sure that I understood the use case. Do you want to only compile Python core ("python3" binary") or just stdlib C extensions, or both?

> But the resolution here is hiding _Py_atomic symbols all the time, even when OpenMP isn't involved, and even when building a standard extension module.

Sorry, but I don't understand the problem. Why is it an issue to hide _Py_atomic symbols?
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