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Antonio Cuni
some of these tests require array. It works on default because the array type is faked, but here we need the actualy py3k one, not the faked py2 array
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py3k
Armin Rigo
An even stronger wording of "don't use this option!", as discussed on irc with hakanardo :-)
Hakan Ardo
merge
Hakan Ardo
Backed out changeset eefc3ac79e9f. We dont want to support disabled optimizations in the x86 backend.
Armin Rigo
Typo
Hakan Ardo
Failing test. With OptRewrite disabled, the resulting trace might contain guard_false(0) which makes the x86 backend crash as there is no TEST_ii (This is starting to get ridiculous: I set out do make a one-line bugfix and 15 commits and 2651 tests later things are still not working properly).
mattip
merge default into branch
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win32-cleanup2
mattip
back out changes to lib-python
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win32-cleanup2
Hakan Ardo
This way we dont need to duplicate optimize_MARK_OPAQUE_PTR
Hakan Ardo
MARK_OPAQUE_PTR has to reach Optimizer.optimize_MARK_OPAQUE_PTR to ensure correct behaviour
Hakan Ardo
failing test for 667dc968eea6 (plus some)
Armin Rigo
Missing line.
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stm-thread
Armin Rigo
Ah, found a possibly acceptable solution. To be tried out in real life.
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stm-thread
Armin Rigo
Temporary workaround: in a "with atomic" it is not allowed to acquire any lock. That's too strong a restriction, because it prevents us from doing anything with files. Well, this is work-in-progress and it's still better than random deadlocks.
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stm-thread
wlav
fix compilation error in CINT backend
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reflex-support
wlav
merge default into branch
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reflex-support
wlav
further refactoring, seems to resolve the insanity of the except blocks
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reflex-support
wlav
refactoring for cleanup and to recover the speed lost for the void**/object** converters
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reflex-support
wlav
initial support for void** and object** as function arguments
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reflex-support
mattip
whoops
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win32-cleanup2
Hakan Ardo
merge
Hakan Ardo
If OptRewrite is disabled SAME_AS might show up here and foring arguments of some SAME_AS produced by unrolling might lead to a crash
Hakan Ardo
This is not an optimization that can be disabled but always needed to ensure correct behaviour.
mattip
rework fread, fwrite, feof and PyRun_File
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win32-cleanup2
mattip
whoops
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win32-cleanup2
Armin Rigo
Tweaks.
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stm-thread
mattip
change function name
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win32-cleanup2
mattip
convert signal_values into dict so in c it will become a set
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win32-cleanup2
mattip
cleanup
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win32-cleanup2
mattip
rework test (amaury_)
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win32-cleanup2
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