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Author eric.snow
Recipients barry, brett.cannon, eric.snow, jaraco, ncoghlan, steve.dower
Date 2021-09-23.17:52:38
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The matter here boils down to the design of _imp.is_frozen() [1].  It only checks to see if the given module name shows up in the list of frozen modules in Python/frozen.c.  This broke things when I froze os and posixpath/ntpath.

The simplest solution was to include os.path in the list of modules in frozen.c.  The better solution would be to have _imp.is_frozen() check the module in sys.modules.

[1] see find_frozen() in Python/import.c
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