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Author tholl
Recipients tholl
Date 2021-01-13.11:26:55
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`bytearray_repeat` uses `ob_bytes` rather than `ob_start` as its source data for copying, leading to incorrect results in some edge cases where the two are distinct. It should probably use `PyByteArray_AS_STRING(self)` just like `bytearray_irepeat` and basically all the other functions.

As far as I can see, these edge cases occur pretty much only after `bytearray_setslice_linear`, where `ob_start` can be adjusted without changing `ob_bytes`. 

A simple example (also attached as

>>> ba = bytearray(b'0123456789abcdef')
>>> ba[:10] = b'test'
>>> print(ba)
>>> print(ba * 1)

I'll try to submit a PR for this later today.
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