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Author nascheme
Recipients doko, nas, nascheme, rpetrov
Date 2009-02-12.18:29:28
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On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 01:32:37PM +0000, Matthias Klose wrote:
> still seen on the 2.6 branch. applying r69374 on the branch doesn't fix
> it there.

The fix is spread over a number of commits: r69374, r69322, r69315,
r69305, r69304, r69303, r69302.  It could be backported but changing
the build system is always fraught with portability traps and that's
why it ends up turning to crud over time.

Obviously most core Python developers don't build in a separate
directory otherwise this feature won't have been broken for so long.
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