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Author vstinner
Recipients brett.cannon, vstinner
Date 2019-11-16.00:11:33
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Follow-up of bpo-36710 and bpo-38644: I would like to pass explicitly tstate (PyThreadState) to internal C functions.

The problem is that PyInterpreterState.eval_frame function has no tstate parameter. I propose attached PR to add a tstate parameter. It's a backward incompatible change. The "eval_frame" field comes from the PEP 523.

See also bpo-38500 "Provide a way to get/set PyInterpreterState.frame_eval without needing to access interpreter internals".
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