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Author vstinner
Recipients eric.snow, kumaraditya, serhiy.storchaka, vstinner
Date 2022-01-28.11:16:37
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> `_Py_Identifier` has been useful but at this point there is a faster and simpler approach we could take as a replacement: statically initialize the objects as fields on `_PyRuntimeState` and reference them directly through a macro.

This change is going to break projects in the wild. Yes, people use the _Py_IDENTIFIER(), _PyUnicode_FromId() and other "Id" variant of many functions in 3rd party projects.

Is it possible to keep runtime initialization if this API is used by 3rd party code?
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