[Python-Dev] New branch for r23c2 work

Michael Hudson mwh@python.net
Tue, 22 Jul 2003 18:10:50 +0100

Jack Jansen <Jack.Jansen@cwi.nl> writes:

> On Tuesday, Jul 22, 2003, at 17:17 Europe/Amsterdam, Skip Montanaro
> wrote:
>>     Jack> Skip: could you try linking your test program with a
>> command line
>>     Jack> similar to what Python uses?
>> No change.
> Grmpf. Next wild idea: could it have something to do with the way
> the code referring to getaddrinfo() is loaded from a bundle, in
> stead of being in the main executable?
> This is difficult to test in general, but you could try turning your
> test program into a Python extension module by renaming main to
> initfoobar() and importing it. Python will complain after importing
> the module, but by that time you'll have the numbers:-)

Nope, that runs like a bat out of hell too.


  I also feel it essential to note, [...], that Description Logics,
  non-Monotonic Logics, Default Logics and Circumscription Logics
  can all collectively go suck a cow. Thank you.
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