From: David Abrahams (abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-12-07 20:47:41
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From: "Ullrich Koethe" <koethe_at_[hidden]>
> Sorry. I thought, having this stuff (several files) in an own directory
> would make sense.
Maybe, but it also makes sense to have it as part of the test or example
suite. The duplication of doctest.py is definitely problematic.
> > > > Probably the best solution would chain the name_holders into a
> > case a
> > > > module might be initialized during another module's initialization.
> > > >
> > >
> > > Sounds right to me. Can you add that?
> > Sure, it would be easy. But is it needed for anything we're currently
> > If so, should I add it to an existing branch?
> So far, it works without that addition.
But in your version you've commented out the assert. I'd really like to know
why two module_builders end up existing at the same time in your scenario.
> If you added this, branch
> 'shared_modules' would sound like a logical place.
I think I'll wait for your analysis of when the assert fires before I do
> Will be back on Monday!
Okay, talk to you then.
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