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Author scoder
Recipients gvanrossum, lukasz.langa, miss-islington, ned.deily, pablogsal, scoder, sping, vstinner
Date 2022-01-01.14:27:08
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I'd like to ask for clarification regarding issue 45321, which adds the missing error constants to the `expat` module. I consider those new features – it seems inappropriate to add new module constants in the middle of a release series. However, in this ticket here, the libexpat version was updated all the way back to Py3.6, to solve a security issue.

Should we also backport the error constants then?
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