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Author pfalcon
Recipients pablogsal, pfalcon, ppperry, terry.reedy, vstinner
Date 2020-01-16.23:32:05
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> you ask to modify Python so you can pass dict subclasses as namespaces and expect CPython to respect the mapping protocol

But no, per your own account, you made noticeable, though not complete, code changes in that direction. The only thing I'm saying "now that it's all there, it's only logical to fix the missing parts, about which people report issues". While you suddenly come up with "alternative" solution - throw it all away.

And I always just took your word for it, but now did some git logging/blaming. So, LOAD_GLOBAL handling of dict subclasses was introduced by you in , in 2012, almost 8 years ago. 

And what about STORE_NAME handling? I traced that to of 2004.
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