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Author josh.r
Recipients ZackerySpytz, daveb, eryksun, josh.r, paul.moore, steve.dower, tim.golden, vstinner, zach.ware
Date 2019-07-10.18:38:19
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This seems likely to have been caused by the fixes for #37267, which fixes an issue with os.dup leaving character streams inheritable (when the documentation specifies that the result must be non-inheritable).

The code originally didn't try to make the descriptor non-inheritable because someone believed it wasn't allowed for character files, and the subsequent patch comments say "That was a mistake". Is it possible it wasn't allowed on Windows 7, and is allowed on Windows 10?

I'm nosying the folks from #37267 for input.
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