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Rewrap.

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 Core and Builtins
 -----------------
 
-- Issue #9225: Remove the ROT_FOUR and DUP_TOPX opcode, the latter replaced
-  by the new (and simpler) DUP_TOP_TWO.  Performance isn't changed, but
-  our bytecode is a bit simplified.  Patch by Demur Rumed.
+- Issue #9225: Remove the ROT_FOUR and DUP_TOPX opcode, the latter replaced by
+  the new (and simpler) DUP_TOP_TWO.  Performance isn't changed, but our
+  bytecode is a bit simplified.  Patch by Demur Rumed.
 
 - Issue #9766: Rename poorly named variables exposed by _warnings to prevent
   confusion with the proper variables names from 'warnings' itself.
 
-- Issue #9212: dict_keys and dict_items now provide the isdisjoint()
-  method, to conform to the Set ABC.  Patch by Daniel Urban.
-
-- Issue #9737: Fix a crash when trying to delete a slice or an item from
-  a memoryview object.
-
-- Issue #9549: sys.setdefaultencoding() and PyUnicode_SetDefaultEncoding()
-  are now removed, since their effect was inexistent in 3.x (the default
-  encoding is hardcoded to utf-8 and cannot be changed).
+- Issue #9212: dict_keys and dict_items now provide the isdisjoint() method, to
+  conform to the Set ABC.  Patch by Daniel Urban.
+
+- Issue #9737: Fix a crash when trying to delete a slice or an item from a
+  memoryview object.
+
+- Issue #9549: sys.setdefaultencoding() and PyUnicode_SetDefaultEncoding() are
+  now removed, since their effect was inexistent in 3.x (the default encoding is
+  hardcoded to utf-8 and cannot be changed).
 
 - Issue #7415: PyUnicode_FromEncodedObject() now uses the new buffer API
   properly.  Patch by Stefan Behnel.
 
-- Issue #5553: The Py_LOCAL_INLINE macro now results in inlining on
-  most platforms.  Previously, it inlined when using Microsoft
-  Visual C.
+- Issue #5553: The Py_LOCAL_INLINE macro now results in inlining on most
+  platforms.  Previously, it inlined only when using Microsoft Visual C.
 
 - Issue #9712: Fix tokenize on identifiers that start with non-ascii names.
 
 - Issue #9688: __basicsize__ and __itemsize__ must be accessed as Py_ssize_t.
 
-- Issue #9684: Added a definition for SIZEOF_WCHAR_T to PC/pyconfig.h,
-  to match the pyconfig.h generated by configure on other systems.
-
-- Issue #9666: Only catch AttributeError in hasattr(). All other exceptions
-  that occur during attribute lookup are now propagated to the caller.
+- Issue #9684: Added a definition for SIZEOF_WCHAR_T to PC/pyconfig.h, to match
+  the pyconfig.h generated by configure on other systems.
+
+- Issue #9666: Only catch AttributeError in hasattr(). All other exceptions that
+  occur during attribute lookup are now propagated to the caller.
 
 - Issue #8622: Add PYTHONFSENCODING environment variable to override the
   filesystem encoding.
 
 - Issue #9612: The set object is now 64-bit clean under Windows.
 
-- Issue #8202: sys.argv[0] is now set to '-m' instead of '-c' when searching
-  for the module file to be executed with the -m command  line option.
-
-- Issue #9599: Create PySys_FormatStdout() and PySys_FormatStderr() functions
-  to write a message formatted by PyUnicode_FromFormatV() to sys.stdout and
+- Issue #8202: sys.argv[0] is now set to '-m' instead of '-c' when searching for
+  the module file to be executed with the -m command line option.
+
+- Issue #9599: Create PySys_FormatStdout() and PySys_FormatStderr() functions to
+  write a message formatted by PyUnicode_FromFormatV() to sys.stdout and
   sys.stderr.
 
 - Issue #9542: Create PyUnicode_FSDecoder() function, a ParseTuple converter:
-  decode bytes objects to unicode using PyUnicode_DecodeFSDefaultAndSize();
-  str objects are output as-is.
-
-- Issue #9203: Computed gotos are now enabled by default on supported
-  compilers (which are detected by the configure script).  They can still
-  be disable selectively by specifying --without-computed-gotos.
-
-- Issue #9425: Create PyErr_WarnFormat() function, similar to PyErr_WarnEx()
-  but use PyUnicode_FromFormatV() to format the warning message.
-
-- Issue #8530: Prevent stringlib fastsearch from reading beyond the front
-  of an array.
-
-- Issue #5319: Print an error if flushing stdout fails at interpreter
-  shutdown.
-
-- Issue #9337: The str() of a float or complex number is now identical
-  to its repr().
-
-- Issue #9416: Fix some issues with complex formatting where the
-  output with no type specifier failed to match the str output:
+  decode bytes objects to unicode using PyUnicode_DecodeFSDefaultAndSize(); str
+  objects are output as-is.
+
+- Issue #9203: Computed gotos are now enabled by default on supported compilers
+  (which are detected by the configure script).  They can still be disable
+  selectively by specifying --without-computed-gotos.
+
+- Issue #9425: Create PyErr_WarnFormat() function, similar to PyErr_WarnEx() but
+  use PyUnicode_FromFormatV() to format the warning message.
+
+- Issue #8530: Prevent stringlib fastsearch from reading beyond the front of an
+  array.
+
+- Issue #5319: Print an error if flushing stdout fails at interpreter shutdown.
+
+- Issue #9337: The str() of a float or complex number is now identical to its
+  repr().
+
+- Issue #9416: Fix some issues with complex formatting where the output with no
+  type specifier failed to match the str output:
 
     - format(complex(-0.0, 2.0), '-') omitted the real part from the output,
     - format(complex(0.0, 2.0), '-') included a sign and parentheses.
 - Issue #8734: Avoid crash in msvcrt.get_osfhandle() when an invalid file
   descriptor is provided.  Patch by Pascal Chambon.
 
-- Issue #7736: Release the GIL around calls to opendir() and closedir()
-  in the posix module.  Patch by Marcin Bachry.
-
-- Issue #4835: make PyLong_FromSocket_t() and PyLong_AsSocket_t() private
-  to the socket module, and fix the width of socket descriptors to be
-  correctly detected under 64-bit Windows.
-
-- Issue #1027206: Support IDNA in gethostbyname, gethostbyname_ex, 
-  getaddrinfo and gethostbyaddr. getnameinfo is now restricted to numeric
-  addresses as input.
-
-- Issue #9214: Set operations on a KeysView or ItemsView in collections
-  now correctly return a set.  (Patch by Eli Bendersky.)
+- Issue #7736: Release the GIL around calls to opendir() and closedir() in the
+  posix module.  Patch by Marcin Bachry.
+
+- Issue #4835: make PyLong_FromSocket_t() and PyLong_AsSocket_t() private to the
+  socket module, and fix the width of socket descriptors to be correctly
+  detected under 64-bit Windows.
+
+- Issue #1027206: Support IDNA in gethostbyname, gethostbyname_ex, getaddrinfo
+  and gethostbyaddr.  getnameinfo is now restricted to numeric addresses as
+  input.
+
+- Issue #9214: Set operations on a KeysView or ItemsView in collections now
+  correctly return a set.  Patch by Eli Bendersky.
 
 - Issue #5737: Add Solaris-specific mnemonics in the errno module.  Patch by
   Matthew Ahrens.
 
-- Restore GIL in nis_cat in case of error. Decode NIS data to fs encoding,
-  using the surrogate error handler.
-
-- Issue #665761: ``functools.reduce()`` will no longer mask exceptions
-  other than ``TypeError`` raised by the iterator argument.
+- Restore GIL in nis_cat in case of error. Decode NIS data to fs encoding, using
+  the surrogate error handler.
+
+- Issue #665761: ``functools.reduce()`` will no longer mask exceptions other
+  than ``TypeError`` raised by the iterator argument.
 
 - Issue #9570: Use PEP 383 decoding in os.mknod and os.mkfifo.
 
-- Issue #6915: Under Windows, os.listdir() didn't release the Global
-  Interpreter Lock around all system calls.  Original patch by Ryan Kelly.
-
-- Issue #8524: Add a detach() method to socket objects, so as to put the
-  socket into the closed state without closing the underlying file
-  descriptor.
+- Issue #6915: Under Windows, os.listdir() didn't release the Global Interpreter
+  Lock around all system calls.  Original patch by Ryan Kelly.
+
+- Issue #8524: Add a detach() method to socket objects, so as to put the socket
+  into the closed state without closing the underlying file descriptor.
 
 - Issue #477863: Print a warning at shutdown if gc.garbage is not empty.
 
 - Issue #6869: Fix a refcount problem in the _ctypes extension.
 
-- Issue #5504: ctypes should now work with systems where mmap can't
-  be PROT_WRITE and PROT_EXEC.
-
-- Issue #9507: Named tuple repr will now automatically display the right
-  name in a tuple subclass.
-
-- Issue #9324: Add parameter validation to signal.signal on Windows in order
-  to prevent crashes.
-
-- Issue #9526: Remove some outdated (int) casts that were preventing
-  the array module from working correctly with arrays of more than
-  2**31 elements.
+- Issue #5504: ctypes should now work with systems where mmap can't be
+  PROT_WRITE and PROT_EXEC.
+
+- Issue #9507: Named tuple repr will now automatically display the right name in
+  a tuple subclass.
+
+- Issue #9324: Add parameter validation to signal.signal on Windows in order to
+  prevent crashes.
+
+- Issue #9526: Remove some outdated (int) casts that were preventing the array
+  module from working correctly with arrays of more than 2**31 elements.
 
 - Fix memory leak in ssl._ssl._test_decode_cert.
 
-- Issue #8065: Fix memory leak in readline module (from failure to
-  free the result of history_get_history_state()).
+- Issue #8065: Fix memory leak in readline module (from failure to free the
+  result of history_get_history_state()).
 
 - Issue #9450: Fix memory leak in readline.replace_history_item and
   readline.remove_history_item for readline version >= 5.0.
 
 - Issue #8105: Validate file descriptor passed to mmap.mmap on Windows.
 
-- Issue #8046: Add context manager protocol support and .closed property
-  to mmap objects.
+- Issue #8046: Add context manager protocol support and .closed property to mmap
+  objects.
 
 Library
 -------
 
-- Issue #7451: Improve decoding performance of JSON objects, and reduce
-  the memory consumption of said decoded objects when they use the same
-  strings as keys.
-
-- Issue #1100562: Fix deep-copying of objects derived from the list and
-  dict types.  Patch by Michele Orrù and Björn Lindqvist.
-
-- Issue #9753: Fixed socket.dup, which did not always work correctly
-  on Windows.
-
-- Issue #9421: Made the get<type> methods consistently accept the vars
-  and default arguments on all parser classes.
+- Issue #7451: Improve decoding performance of JSON objects, and reduce the
+  memory consumption of said decoded objects when they use the same strings as
+  keys.
+
+- Issue #1100562: Fix deep-copying of objects derived from the list and dict
+  types.  Patch by Michele Orrù and Björn Lindqvist.
+
+- Issue #9753: Fixed socket.dup, which did not always work correctly on Windows.
+
+- Issue #9421: Made the get<type> methods consistently accept the vars and
+  default arguments on all parser classes.
 
 - Issue #7005: Fixed output of None values for RawConfigParser.write and
   ConfigParser.write.
 
 - Issue #8990: array.fromstring() and array.tostring() get renamed to
   frombytes() and tobytes(), respectively, to avoid confusion.  Furthermore,
-  array.frombytes(), array.extend() as well as the array.array()
-  constructor now accept bytearray objects.  Patch by Thomas Jollans.
-
-- Issue #808164: Fixed socket.close to avoid references to globals, to
-  avoid issues when socket.close is called from a __del__ method.
-
-- Issue #9706: ssl module provides a better error handling in various 
+  array.frombytes(), array.extend() as well as the array.array() constructor now
+  accept bytearray objects.  Patch by Thomas Jollans.
+
+- Issue #808164: Fixed socket.close to avoid references to globals, to avoid
+  issues when socket.close is called from a __del__ method.
+
+- Issue #9706: ssl module provides a better error handling in various
   circumstances.
 
-- Issue #1868: Eliminate subtle timing issues in thread-local objects by
-  getting rid of the cached copy of thread-local attribute dictionary.
-
-- Issue #1512791: In setframerate() in the wave module, non-integral
-  frame rates are rounded to the nearest integer.
+- Issue #1868: Eliminate subtle timing issues in thread-local objects by getting
+  rid of the cached copy of thread-local attribute dictionary.
+
+- Issue #1512791: In setframerate() in the wave module, non-integral frame rates
+  are rounded to the nearest integer.
 
 - Issue #8797: urllib2 does a retry for Basic Authentication failure instead of
   falling into recursion.
 - Issue #8750: Fixed MutableSet's methods to correctly handle reflexive
   operations on its self, namely x -= x and x ^= x.
 
-- Issue #9129: smtpd.py is vulnerable to DoS attacks deriving from missing 
-  error handling when accepting a new connection.
+- Issue #9129: smtpd.py is vulnerable to DoS attacks deriving from missing error
+  handling when accepting a new connection.
 
 - Issue #9601: ftplib now provides a workaround for non-compliant
-  implementations such as IIS shipped with Windows server 2003 returning
-  invalid response codes for MKD and PWD commands.
+  implementations such as IIS shipped with Windows server 2003 returning invalid
+  response codes for MKD and PWD commands.
 
 - Issue #658749: asyncore's connect() method now correctly interprets winsock
   errors.
 
 - Issue #9501: Fixed logging regressions in cleanup code.
 
-- Fix functools.total_ordering() to skip methods inherited from object().
-
-- Issue #9572: Importlib should not raise an exception if a directory it
-  thought it needed to create was done concurrently by another process.
+- Fix functools.total_ordering() to skip methods inherited from object.
+
+- Issue #9572: Importlib should not raise an exception if a directory it thought
+  it needed to create was done concurrently by another process.
 
 - Issue #9617: Signals received during a low-level write operation aren't
   ignored by the buffered IO layer anymore.
 
 - Issue #843590: Make "macintosh" an alias to the "mac_roman" encoding.
 
-- Create os.fsdecode(): decode from the filesystem encoding with
-  surrogateescape error handler, or strict error handler on Windows.
-
-- Issue #3488: Provide convenient shorthand functions ``gzip.compress``
-  and ``gzip.decompress``.  Original patch by Anand B. Pillai.
-
-- Issue #8807: poplib.POP3_SSL class now accepts a context parameter, which is
-  a ssl.SSLContext object allowing bundling SSL configuration options,
+- Create os.fsdecode(): decode from the filesystem encoding with surrogateescape
+  error handler, or strict error handler on Windows.
+
+- Issue #3488: Provide convenient shorthand functions ``gzip.compress`` and
+  ``gzip.decompress``.  Original patch by Anand B. Pillai.
+
+- Issue #8807: poplib.POP3_SSL class now accepts a context parameter, which is a
+  ssl.SSLContext object allowing bundling SSL configuration options,
   certificates and private keys into a single (potentially long-lived)
   structure.
 
 - Issue #8866: parameters passed to socket.getaddrinfo can now be specified as
   single keyword arguments.
 
-- Address XXX comment in dis.py by having inspect.py prefer to reuse the
-  dis.py compiler flag values over defining its own
-
-- Issue #9147: Added dis.code_info() which is similar to show_code()
-  but returns formatted code information in a string rather than
-  displaying on screen.
+- Address XXX comment in dis.py by having inspect.py prefer to reuse the dis.py
+  compiler flag values over defining its own.
+
+- Issue #9147: Added dis.code_info() which is similar to show_code() but returns
+  formatted code information in a string rather than displaying on screen.
 
 - Issue #9567: functools.update_wrapper now adds a __wrapped__ attribute
-  pointing to the original callable
-
-- Issue #3445: functools.update_wrapper now tolerates missing attributes
-  on wrapped callables
+  pointing to the original callable.
+
+- Issue #3445: functools.update_wrapper now tolerates missing attributes on
+  wrapped callables.
 
 - Issue #5867: Add abc.abstractclassmethod and abc.abstractstaticmethod.
 
   encoding and surrogateescape error handler. Patch written by David Watson.
 
 - Issue #9603: posix.ttyname() and posix.ctermid() decode the terminal name
-  using the filesystem encoding and surrogateescape error handler. Patch
-  written by David Watson.
-
-- Issue #7647: The posix module now has the ST_RDONLY and ST_NOSUID
-  constants, for use with the statvfs() function.  Patch by Adam Jackson.
-
-- Issue #8688: MANIFEST files created by distutils now include a magic
-  comment indicating they are generated.  Manually maintained MANIFESTs
-  without this marker will not be overwritten or removed.
-
-- Issue #7467: when reading a file from a ZIP archive, its CRC is checked
-  and a BadZipfile error is raised if it doesn't match (as used to be the
-  case in Python 2.5 and earlier).
-
-- Issue #9550: a BufferedReader could issue an additional read when the
-  original read request had been satisfied, which could block indefinitely
-  when the underlying raw IO channel was e.g. a socket.  Report and original
-  patch by Jason V. Miller.
+  using the filesystem encoding and surrogateescape error handler. Patch written
+  by David Watson.
+
+- Issue #7647: The posix module now has the ST_RDONLY and ST_NOSUID constants,
+  for use with the statvfs() function.  Patch by Adam Jackson.
+
+- Issue #8688: MANIFEST files created by distutils now include a magic comment
+  indicating they are generated.  Manually maintained MANIFESTs without this
+  marker will not be overwritten or removed.
+
+- Issue #7467: when reading a file from a ZIP archive, its CRC is checked and a
+  BadZipfile error is raised if it doesn't match (as used to be the case in
+  Python 2.5 and earlier).
+
+- Issue #9550: a BufferedReader could issue an additional read when the original
+  read request had been satisfied, which could block indefinitely when the
+  underlying raw IO channel was e.g. a socket.  Report and original patch by
+  Jason V. Miller.
 
 - Issue #3757: thread-local objects now support cyclic garbage collection.
-  Thread-local objects involved in reference cycles will be deallocated
-  timely by the cyclic GC, even if the underlying thread is still running.
+  Thread-local objects involved in reference cycles will be deallocated timely
+  by the cyclic GC, even if the underlying thread is still running.
 
 - Issue #9452: Add read_file, read_string, and read_dict to the configparser
   API; new source attribute to exceptions.
 
-- Issue #6231: Fix xml.etree.ElementInclude to include the tail of the
-  current node.
+- Issue #6231: Fix xml.etree.ElementInclude to include the tail of the current
+  node.
 
 - Issue #8047: Fix the xml.etree serializer to return bytes by default.  Use
   ``encoding="unicode"`` to generate a Unicode string.
 
-- Issue #8280: urllib2's Request method will remove fragments in the url.
-  This is how it is supposed to work, wget and curl do the same.  Previous
-  behavior was wrong.
+- Issue #8280: urllib2's Request method will remove fragments in the url.  This
+  is how it is supposed to work, wget and curl do the same.  Previous behavior
+  was wrong.
 
 - Issue #6683: For SMTP logins we now try all authentication methods advertised
   by the server.  Many servers are buggy and advertise authentication methods
   they do not support in reality.
 
-- Issue #8814: function annotations (the ``__annotations__`` attribute)
-  are now included in the set of attributes copied by default by
-  functools.wraps and functools.update_wrapper.  Patch by Terrence Cole.
+- Issue #8814: function annotations (the ``__annotations__`` attribute) are now
+  included in the set of attributes copied by default by functools.wraps and
+  functools.update_wrapper.  Patch by Terrence Cole.
 
 - Issue #2944: asyncore doesn't handle connection refused correctly.
 
-- Issue #4184: Private attributes on smtpd.SMTPChannel made public and
-  deprecate the private attributes. Add tests for smtpd module.
-
-- Issue #3196: email header decoding is now forgiving if an RFC2047
-  encoded word encoded in base64 is lacking padding.
-
-- Issue #9444: Argparse now uses the first element of prefix_chars as
-  the option character for the added 'h/help' option if prefix_chars
-  does not contain a '-', instead of raising an error.
-
-- Issue #7372: Fix pstats regression when stripping paths from profile
-  data generated with the profile module.
-
-- Issue #9428: Fix running scripts with the profile/cProfile modules from
-  the command line.
-
-- Issue #7781: Fix restricting stats by entry counts in the pstats
-  interactive browser.
-
-- Issue #9209: Do not crash in the pstats interactive browser on invalid
-  regular expressions.
-
-- Update collections.OrderedDict to match the implementation in Py2.7
-  (based on lists instead of weakly referenced Link objects).
-
-- Issue #8397: Raise an error when attempting to mix iteration and regular
-  reads on a BZ2File object, rather than returning incorrect results.
+- Issue #4184: Private attributes on smtpd.SMTPChannel made public and deprecate
+  the private attributes. Add tests for smtpd module.
+
+- Issue #3196: email header decoding is now forgiving if an RFC2047 encoded word
+  encoded in base64 is lacking padding.
+
+- Issue #9444: Argparse now uses the first element of prefix_chars as the option
+  character for the added 'h/help' option if prefix_chars does not contain a
+  '-', instead of raising an error.
+
+- Issue #7372: Fix pstats regression when stripping paths from profile data
+  generated with the profile module.
+
+- Issue #9428: Fix running scripts with the profile/cProfile modules from the
+  command line.
+
+- Issue #7781: Fix restricting stats by entry counts in the pstats interactive
+  browser.
+
+- Issue #9209: Do not crash in the pstats interactive browser on invalid regular
+  expressions.
+
+- Update collections.OrderedDict to match the implementation in Py2.7 (based on
+  lists instead of weakly referenced Link objects).
+
+- Issue #8397: Raise an error when attempting to mix iteration and regular reads
+  on a BZ2File object, rather than returning incorrect results.
 
 - Issue #9448: Fix a leak of OS resources (mutexes or semaphores) when
   re-initializing a buffered IO object by calling its ``__init__`` method.
 
 - Issue #8230: Fix Lib/test/sortperf.py.
 
-- Issue #8620: when a Cmd is fed input that reaches EOF without a final
-  newline, it no longer truncates the last character of the last command line.
+- Issue #8620: when a Cmd is fed input that reaches EOF without a final newline,
+  it no longer truncates the last character of the last command line.
 
 - Issue #5146: Handle UID THREAD command correctly in imaplib.
 
 - Issue #5147: Fix the header generated for cookie files written by
   http.cookiejar.MozillaCookieJar.
 
-- Issue #8198: In pydoc, output all help text to the correct stream
-  when sys.stdout is reassigned.
-
-- Issue #7909: Do not touch paths with the special prefixes ``\\.\``
-  or ``\\?\`` in ntpath.normpath().
+- Issue #8198: In pydoc, output all help text to the correct stream when
+  sys.stdout is reassigned.
+
+- Issue #7909: Do not touch paths with the special prefixes ``\\.\`` or ``\\?\``
+  in ntpath.normpath().
 
 - Issue #1286: Allow using fileinput.FileInput as a context manager.
 
 
 - Issue #9193: PEP 3149 is accepted.
 
-- Issue #3101: Helper functions _add_one_to_index_C() and
-  _add_one_to_index_F() become _Py_add_one_to_index_C() and
-  _Py_add_one_to_index_F(), respectively.
+- Issue #3101: Helper functions _add_one_to_index_C() and _add_one_to_index_F()
+  become _Py_add_one_to_index_C() and _Py_add_one_to_index_F(), respectively.
 
 - Issue #9700: define HAVE_BROKEN_POSIX_SEMAPHORES under AIX 6.x.  Patch by
   Sébastien Sablé.