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wlav
fix rtyper warning
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wlav
o) rewrite of TF1 callbacks, now using _cffi_backend o) release gil on calls into CINT, but lock CINT itself globally
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wlav
error checking
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wlav
store (app-level) pyfuncs in a cache and simply callback returns
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wlav
by definition, temporary objects are not seen before
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wlav
simplification
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wlav
code convention fix
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wlav
fix coding convention
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wlav
merge fix for memcpy into branch
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wlav
merge default into branch
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wlav
fix comment
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Armin Rigo
Pfff, the wrapper is needed. Test showing it.
Armin Rigo
Add a test for rffi.c_memcpy()
Armin Rigo
Real fix
mattip
revert removal of c_memcpy
mattip
skip resource test if not posix
Armin Rigo
Comment
Armin Rigo
Move the recent first argument 'logger' of compile_loop() and compile_bridge() --- which is usually None from tests --- into a keyword argument that default to None.
Armin Rigo
Rename the flag "threadsafe" to rffi.llexternal() into "releasegil", which is what it really means.
Armin Rigo
Comment.
Armin Rigo
Reintroduce the hints for register location through a JUMP.
mattip
skip test for non-implemented unicode box
wlav
fix rtyper issues
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wlav
TF1 callbacks and associated tests
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wlav
test that global methods can be installed as member functions
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wlav
fixed typo in comment
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Armin Rigo
Yay. Kill the special case 'indirect_call(instantiate, None)': found out that we always have the correct list of graphs to put there.
Armin Rigo
Force waiting until most threads have finished. It was the cause of intermittent failures in test_interrupt_main(), which could not create any new thread.
Armin Rigo
Kill
wlav
code cleanup
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