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Issue 15550: Trailing white spaces
Patch Set: Created 7 years, 9 months ago
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1 # Created by Skip Montanaro <skip@mojam.com>. 1 # Created by Skip Montanaro <skip@mojam.com>.
2 2
3 # Format: 3 # Format:
4 # function ':' type ':' [param name] ':' [refcount effect] ':' [comment] 4 # function ':' type ':' [param name] ':' [refcount effect] ':' [comment]
5 # If the param name slot is empty, that line corresponds to the function's 5 # If the param name slot is empty, that line corresponds to the function's
6 # return value, otherwise it's the type of the named parameter. 6 # return value, otherwise it's the type of the named parameter.
7 7
8 # The first line of a function block gives type/refcount information for the 8 # The first line of a function block gives type/refcount information for the
9 # function's return value. Successive lines with the same function name 9 # function's return value. Successive lines with the same function name
10 # correspond to the function's parameter list and appear in the order the 10 # correspond to the function's parameter list and appear in the order the
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22 # particular. 22 # particular.
23 23
24 # XXX NOTE: the 0/+1/-1 refcount information for arguments is 24 # XXX NOTE: the 0/+1/-1 refcount information for arguments is
25 # confusing! Much more useful would be to indicate whether the 25 # confusing! Much more useful would be to indicate whether the
26 # function "steals" a reference to the argument or not. Take for 26 # function "steals" a reference to the argument or not. Take for
27 # example PyList_SetItem(list, i, item). This lists as a 0 change for 27 # example PyList_SetItem(list, i, item). This lists as a 0 change for
28 # both the list and the item arguments. However, in fact it steals a 28 # both the list and the item arguments. However, in fact it steals a
29 # reference to the item argument! 29 # reference to the item argument!
30 30
31 # The parameter names are as they appear in the API manual, not the source 31 # The parameter names are as they appear in the API manual, not the source
32 # code. 32 # code.
33 33
34 PyBool_FromLong:PyObject*::+1: 34 PyBool_FromLong:PyObject*::+1:
35 PyBool_FromLong:long:v:0: 35 PyBool_FromLong:long:v:0:
36 36
37 PyBuffer_FromObject:PyObject*::+1: 37 PyBuffer_FromObject:PyObject*::+1:
38 PyBuffer_FromObject:PyObject*:base:+1: 38 PyBuffer_FromObject:PyObject*:base:+1:
39 PyBuffer_FromObject:int:offset:: 39 PyBuffer_FromObject:int:offset::
40 PyBuffer_FromObject:int:size:: 40 PyBuffer_FromObject:int:size::
41 41
42 PyBuffer_FromReadWriteObject:PyObject*::+1: 42 PyBuffer_FromReadWriteObject:PyObject*::+1:
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895 PyNumber_Subtract:PyObject*:o2:0: 895 PyNumber_Subtract:PyObject*:o2:0:
896 896
897 PyNumber_TrueDivide:PyObject*::+1: 897 PyNumber_TrueDivide:PyObject*::+1:
898 PyNumber_TrueDivide:PyObject*:v:0: 898 PyNumber_TrueDivide:PyObject*:v:0:
899 PyNumber_TrueDivide:PyObject*:w:0: 899 PyNumber_TrueDivide:PyObject*:w:0:
900 900
901 PyNumber_Xor:PyObject*::+1: 901 PyNumber_Xor:PyObject*::+1:
902 PyNumber_Xor:PyObject*:o1:0: 902 PyNumber_Xor:PyObject*:o1:0:
903 PyNumber_Xor:PyObject*:o2:0: 903 PyNumber_Xor:PyObject*:o2:0:
904 904
905 PyObject_AsFileDescriptor:int::: 905 PyObject_AsFileDescriptor:int:::
906 PyObject_AsFileDescriptor:PyObject*:o:0: 906 PyObject_AsFileDescriptor:PyObject*:o:0:
907 907
908 PyObject_Call:PyObject*::+1: 908 PyObject_Call:PyObject*::+1:
909 PyObject_Call:PyObject*:callable_object:0: 909 PyObject_Call:PyObject*:callable_object:0:
910 PyObject_Call:PyObject*:args:0: 910 PyObject_Call:PyObject*:args:0:
911 PyObject_Call:PyObject*:kw:0: 911 PyObject_Call:PyObject*:kw:0:
912 912
913 PyObject_CallFunction:PyObject*::+1: 913 PyObject_CallFunction:PyObject*::+1:
914 PyObject_CallFunction:PyObject*:callable_object:0: 914 PyObject_CallFunction:PyObject*:callable_object:0:
915 PyObject_CallFunction:char*:format:: 915 PyObject_CallFunction:char*:format::
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1829 _Py_c_prod:Py_complex:left:: 1829 _Py_c_prod:Py_complex:left::
1830 _Py_c_prod:Py_complex:right:: 1830 _Py_c_prod:Py_complex:right::
1831 1831
1832 _Py_c_quot:Py_complex::: 1832 _Py_c_quot:Py_complex:::
1833 _Py_c_quot:Py_complex:dividend:: 1833 _Py_c_quot:Py_complex:dividend::
1834 _Py_c_quot:Py_complex:divisor:: 1834 _Py_c_quot:Py_complex:divisor::
1835 1835
1836 _Py_c_sum:Py_complex::: 1836 _Py_c_sum:Py_complex:::
1837 _Py_c_sum:Py_complex:left:: 1837 _Py_c_sum:Py_complex:left::
1838 _Py_c_sum:Py_complex:right:: 1838 _Py_c_sum:Py_complex:right::
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