extending os.walk to support following symlinks #42306
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The docs to os.walk say:
Nevertheless, we could offer this option with a caution message.
The test suite patch (54482) broke the windows build. The assertion
fails because it finds 5 directories (link is a directory), then the rest of the
When fixing the code, I recommend to move the tear-down code into the tearDown