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Author vstinner
Recipients izbyshev, koobs, rudolphf, vstinner, Владислав Ярмак
Date 2019-04-17.16:33:46
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In short, Python 2.7 doesn't seem to be affected by fstat/dup issues.

Python 2.7 doesn't check if file descriptors 0, 1 and 2 at startup. Python 2 uses PyFile_FromFile() to create sys.stdin, sys.stdout and sys.stderr which create a "file" object. The function calls fstat(fd) but it ignores the error: fstat() is only used to fail if the fd is a directory.

Python 2.7 doesn't have the is_valid_fd() function.
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