Author michael.foord
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Date 2019-03-31.00:14:57
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> On 30 Mar 2019, at 23:48, Michael Foord <report@bugs.python.org> wrote:
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> Michael Foord <michael@voidspace.org.uk> added the comment:
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> An auto-magic cache clearing mechanism is really tempting. I tend to agree with Raymond though, if code needs and progress a cache clearing mechanism it should be treated and accessible. 

* exposes (not progress)
* tested  (not treated)

Sorry. 
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> They're are probably some problematic caches still within unittest however. Do test results still keep alive all tracebacks until test reporting?
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