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Neal Norwitz
Fix unpack so it works on 64-bit platforms.
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v2.5.1c1
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2.5
Anthony Baxter
preparing for 2.5.1c1
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2.5
Raymond Hettinger
Fix-up error-exits on struct_unpack().
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2.5
Raymond Hettinger
Bug #1563759: struct.unpack doens't support buffer protocol objects
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2.5
Martin von Löwis
Bug #1686475: Support stat'ing open files on Windows again.
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2.5
Matthias Klose
- Fix an off-by-one bug in locale.strxfrm(). Patch taken from http://bugs.debian.org/416934.
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2.5
Raymond Hettinger
SF #1382213: Tutorial section 9.5.1 ignores MRO for new-style classes
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2.5
Raymond Hettinger
SF 1602378 Clarify docstrings for bisect
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2.5
Raymond Hettinger
Array module's buffer interface can now handle empty arrays.
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2.5
Raymond Hettinger
SF #1693079 Array module cannot pickle empty arrays
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2.5
Neal Norwitz
Backport 54644: SF #1685563, MSVCCompiler creates redundant and long PATH strings If MSVCCompiler.initialize() was called multiple times, the path would get duplicated. On Windows, this is a problem because the path is limited to 4k. There's no benefit in adding a path multiple times, so prevent that from occuring. We also normalize the path before checking for duplicates so things like /a and /a/ won't both be stored.
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2.5
Marc-André Lemburg
Bump the patch level version of distutils since there were a few bug fixes since the 2.5.0 release. Backport of r54615.
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2.5
Georg Brandl
Bug #1655392: don't add -L/usr/lib/pythonX.Y/config to the LDFLAGS returned by python-config if Python was built with --enable-shared because that prevented the shared library from being used. (backport from rev. 54634)
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2.5
Neal Norwitz
Backport 54594: Fix SF #1688393, sock.recvfrom(-24) crashes Also fix some method names that were copied incorrectly (trunk fixed).
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2.5
Andrew Kuchling
Add item
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2.5
Georg Brandl
In Windows' time.clock(), when QueryPerformanceFrequency() fails, the C lib's clock() is used, but it must be divided by CLOCKS_PER_SEC as for the POSIX implementation (thanks to #pypy). (backport from rev. 54606)
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2.5
Ziga Seilnacht
Patch #1489771: update syntax rules in Python Reference Manual. Python 2.5 added support for explicit relative import statements and yield expressions, which were missing in the manual. Also fix grammar productions that used the names from the Grammar file, markup that broke the generated grammar.txt, and wrap some lines that broke the pdf output. (backport from rev. 54559)
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2.5
Thomas Heller
Prevent creation (followed by a segfault) of array types when the size overflows the valid Py_ssize_t range. Check return values of PyMem_Malloc. Backported from trunk.
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2.5
Martin von Löwis
Bug #978833: Revert r50844, as it broke _socketobject.dup.
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2.5
Martin von Löwis
Patch #1686451: Fix return type for PySequence_{Count,Index,Fast_GET_SIZE}.
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2.5
Thomas Heller
Explain the purpose of the b_needsfree flag. This answers Neals question (well, two months too late).
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2.5
Thomas Heller
Back out "Patch #1643874: memory leak in ctypes fixed." The code in this patch leaves no way to give up the ownership of a BSTR instance.
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2.5
Georg Brandl
Bug #1685704: use -m switch in timeit docs. (backport from rev. 54524)
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2.5
Ziga Seilnacht
Bug #1675967: re patterns pickled with older Python versions can now be unpickled. (backport form rev. 54492)
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2.5
Raymond Hettinger
Test and fix fromkeys optional argument.
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2.5
Andrew Kuchling
Add NEWS entry for old item
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2.5
Georg Brandl
Bug #1684254: webbrowser now uses shlex to split any command lines given to get(). It also detects when you use '&' as the last argument and creates a BackgroundBrowser then. (backport -- this is a regression from 2.4 and therefore backported)
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2.5
Georg Brandl
Patch #1684834: document some utility C API functions. (backport from rev. 54483)
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2.5
Georg Brandl
Patch #1682205: a TypeError while unpacking an iterable is no longer masked by a generic one with the message "unpack non-sequence". (backport from rev. 54480)
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2.5
Raymond Hettinger
Extend work on rev 52962 and 53830 eliminating redundant PyObject_Hash() calls and fixing set/dict interoperability.
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2.5
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