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Author terry.reedy
Recipients miss-islington, ned.deily, ronaldoussoren, terry.reedy
Date 2020-11-30.17:22:58
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This issue exposed and is affected by an existing system and version independent bug.  With that fixed as in PR 23570, running a file with "print('output')" with the new 3.9.1rc1 universal binary results in the following.

========= RESTART: /Users/.../ =========
<'... finished.' dialog box>
<click OK and box reappears>
<click again and>
========== RESTART: Shell =====================

The normal output is

========= RESTART: /Users/.../ =========

I am investigating how 'RESTART' is being printed after 'output', even though the restart function is called before the compiled tem1 is sent to be executed.
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