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Author jhrmnn
Recipients jhrmnn
Date 2018-10-09.20:58:00
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inspect.getclosurevars() omits globals or nonlocals that are bound within comprehensions:

22:50 ~ python3
Python 3.7.0 (default, Aug 17 2018, 21:14:48) 
[Clang 9.1.0 (clang-902.0.39.2)] on darwin
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(ins)>>> import inspect
(ins)>>> x = 1
(ins)>>> def f():
(ins)...     return [x for _ in range(1)]
(ins)>>> inspect.getclosurevars(f)
ClosureVars(nonlocals={}, globals={}, builtins={'range': <class 'range'>}, unbound=set())
(ins)>>> def f():
(ins)...     return x
(ins)>>> inspect.getclosurevars(f)
ClosureVars(nonlocals={}, globals={'x': 1}, builtins={}, unbound=set())

It can be fixed quite easily along the following lines:

Does this look like a reasonable solution?
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