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Armin Rigo
more in-progress
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incremental-gc
Antonio Cuni
a failing test and the corresponding fix. I hate RPython, this corresponds to a segfault after translation :-/
Armin Rigo
more in-progress
Branches
incremental-gc
Armin Rigo
in-progress: various rewrites and refactorings
Branches
incremental-gc
Antonio Cuni
merge heads
Antonio Cuni
this is a better name
Antonio Cuni
fix these test with -A
Antonio Cuni
move these two methods to the very base class
Maciej Fijalkowski
make the test work by using llhelper on pseudortyper
Maciej Fijalkowski
we can end up with -1 here, but it's ok
Maciej Fijalkowski
merge
Maciej Fijalkowski
implement an obscure flag for dtoa
Maciej Fijalkowski
kill the flag a little better
Maciej Fijalkowski
make ll_lookup_function rpython
Maciej Fijalkowski
remove force_non_null flag, not used any more
Antonio Cuni
rpython fix
Armin Rigo
Fix tests
Armin Rigo
Fix for test_direct
Armin Rigo
Ignore branches
Armin Rigo
Cannot use llhelper() in case we want to translate the ll_dict_lookup() function
Matti Picus
add a passing test: getitem is returning a dtype instance that can be used as an int
Branches
cpyext-best_base
Armin Rigo
hg merge default
Armin Rigo
Re-add temporarily the old rdict.py, used with rlib/_rweak*dict and with memory/lldict.
Armin Rigo
Some more tests kind-of-passing
Armin Rigo
(fijal, arigo) dict.pop()
Armin Rigo
Fix
Antonio Cuni
add a fast-path also for floats. Also, remove the unnecessary copy in case of int lists, because now this is already guaranteed by unpackiterable_int
Antonio Cuni
add a fast path to convert a cffi long[] array to a list
Antonio Cuni
add space.unpackiterable_{int,float}: they are similar to listview_*, with the difference that you are free to modify the returned list.
Armin Rigo
Probably fixes a rare bug involving dict.update() and objects with custom __eq__() that hack at the dict
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