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Author vstinner
Recipients JunyiXie, KubaO, eric.snow, h-vetinari, mloskot, pablogsal, rhettinger, vstinner
Date 2022-01-28.13:50:38
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> On such platforms, the `PyGet_Foo` API can be on equal footing with the legacy `Py_Foo` statics, i.e. both would do the same thing. That's how I've done it in my experiment. The obvious problem is that on platforms without compiler support for TLS, `Py_Foo` would be unavailable, and that's probably a no-go for an API that wouldn't be deprecated.

My GH-18301 PR uses "#define Py_None Py_GetNone()" which is backward compatible in terms of API.

Py_GetNone() can have various implementations, it doesn't matter at the API level.
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