[pypy-issue] [issue876] __builtins__ ain't modifyable in pypy, but it works in CPython 2.7.2.
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Thu Sep 22 15:07:53 CEST 2011
Stian Andreassen <stian at tech1.org> added the comment:
Alright, that seems to do the trick.
On Thu, 22 Sep 2011 02:40:40
+0000, Alex Gaynor wrote:
CPython has some crazy inconsistancies around __builtins__, and PyPy
> always match them, specifically sometimes it's a dictionary
and other times it's
> a module (as mentioned here:
> This is a known issue and won't be fixed. However, you can have
> works on both by doing:
> import __builtin__
__builtin__.something = "test"
> nosy: +agaynor
status: unread -> wontfix
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