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assignee = 'https://github.com/jcea'
closed_at = <Date 2010-04-09.02:25:37.371>
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labels = ['extension-modules', 'type-feature']
title = 'pybsddb 4.8.4 integration'
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url = 'https://bugs.python.org/issue8156'
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This issue tracks the progress of integration of pybsddb 4.8.3+ and centralize related discussion.
I have integrated all bsddb related patches until r78988, in pybsddb 4.8.3+, with the following caveats:
The new code supports BDB 4.8, but drops support for 4.0. Berkeley DB 4.0 was released in 2001...
Revert bpo-6949 (the 2.7 part). This integration work supercedes it.
bpo-6462 is not integrated in pybsddb, but will be retained in the code integrated in python. I will try to resolve it in a permanent way after integration.
bpo-3892 is not integrated in pybsddb, but will be retained in the code integrated in python. I will try to resolve it in a permanent way after integration.
bpo-7975: I can't reproduce this bug with current pybsddb version. I will keep the patch around, but first integration test will not include it, unless we still can reproduce.
Some changes in bsddb testsuite require 2.7/3.2. I have decided to keep the changes, so I have to backport some code and use conditional execution, because I must support python 2.3-2.7 and 3.0-3.2.
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bpo-7975 finally reproduced. Solved in pybsddb 4.8.3+, and added relevant testcases.
Integration committed as r79285.
The integration is with just released pybsddb 4.8.4, with patches for bpo-6462 and bpo-3892 added.
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