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Armin Rigo
pycparser 2.08 has been fixed. Thanks!
Armin Rigo
Pass or skip the buffer tests on 3.2 too. The buffer interface is *still* a complete mess on Python 3.
Armin Rigo
This test might run without producing the source, so force it.
Armin Rigo
Found a way to be compatible with Python 3.2 in the test syntax.
Armin Rigo
Detail
Armin Rigo
"hgdistver" is not needed any more.
Armin Rigo
Update this test too.
Armin Rigo
Update with the checksums of the distribution.
Armin Rigo
Added tag release-0.3 for changeset 5f31908df6c9
Armin Rigo
Fix the logic: it was possible to reach the following bug (for which I don't know how to write a small test): - in cffi: python setup.py install - in demo/bsdopendirtype: python setup.py install - rm -r demo/__pycache__ demo/build - in demo/bsdopendirtype: python setup.py install Then it would crash because it would not regenerate the C source but call the compiler anyway.
Armin Rigo
Write the version explicitly, and test it too.
Armin Rigo
pycparser 2.08 no longer contains lextab.py/yacctab.py out of the box, which looks like a bug. It works in 2.07.
Armin Rigo
Name this demo module.
Armin Rigo
Update status.
Armin Rigo
Skip the ffi.buffer() tests with the ctypes backend on top of PyPy.
Armin Rigo
Improve the test portability.
Armin Rigo
Add a test for the precision of 'long double'.
Armin Rigo
Update the doc to mention that it also mostly works on PyPy.
Armin Rigo
Complete for the behavior we get with RTLD_NOW.
Armin Rigo
Copy here from backend_tests
Armin Rigo
Additional test for this case
Armin Rigo
Remove this skip, which is no longer true.
Armin Rigo
Compatibility with PyPy: support running on top of a narrow CPython build with sizeof(wchar_t) == 4, which is a bit hackish because we are trying to emulate a wide build of PyPy but fail in some details.
Armin Rigo
"Seems to work" non-statement.
Armin Rigo
Python 3 documentation.
Armin Rigo
Python 3 syntax in this one demo.
Armin Rigo
A test and fix about 'long double' with vengine_cpy.
Armin Rigo
hg merge 'python3-port': support Python 3.x as well. Thanks Amaury for doing the first part of this! Right now tested only with Python 3.3. Hard to run the test suite on Python 3.2 because of the u'' literals.
Armin Rigo
Close the branch about to be merged
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python3-port
Armin Rigo
Keep the original usages of the macro PyString_AS_STRING as a macro, at least on Python 2.
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python3-port
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