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mimetypes.guess_type("//example.com") misinterprets host name as file name #66543

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vadmium opened this issue Sep 6, 2014 · 20 comments
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vadmium commented Sep 6, 2014

BPO 22347
Nosy @ned-deily, @vadmium, @maxking, @corona10, @miss-islington
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  • bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow proper parsing of URLs #15522
  • [3.8] bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow proper parsing of URLs (GH-15522) #15685
  • [3.7] bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow proper parsing of URLs (GH-15522) #15687
  • bpo-38449: Revert "bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow oper parsing of URLs (GH-15522)" #16724
  • [3.7] bpo-38449: Revert "bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow oper parsing of URLs (GH-15522)" (GH-16724) #16725
  • [3.7] bpo-38449: Revert "bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow oper parsing of URLs (GH-15685)" (GH-16724) #16727
  • [3.8] bpo-38449: Revert "bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow oper parsing of URLs (GH-15685)" (GH-16724) #16728
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  • bpo-35939: Remove urllib.parse._splittype from mimetypes.guess_type
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  • mimetypes-host.patch
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    title = 'mimetypes.guess_type("//example.com") misinterprets host name as file name'
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    vadmium commented Sep 6, 2014

    The documentation says that guess_type() takes a URL, but:

    >>> mimetypes.guess_type("http://example.com")
    ('application/x-msdownload', None)

    I suspect the MS download is a reference to *.com files (like DOS's command.com). My current workaround is to strip out the host name from the URL, since I cannot imagine it would be useful for determining the content type. I am also stripping the fragment part. An argument could probably be made for stripping the “;parameters” and “?query” parts as well.

    >>> # Workaround for mimetypes.guess_type("//example.com")
    ... # interpreting host name as file name
    ... url = urlparse("http://example.com")
    >>> url = net.url_replace(url, netloc="", fragment="")
    >>> url
    'http://'
    >>> mimetypes.guess_type(url, strict=False)
    (None, None)

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    vadmium commented Feb 24, 2015

    Posting a patch to fix this. It passes the URL through a urlsplit() → urlunsplit() stage, while removing the scheme://netloc parts.

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    corona10 commented Feb 9, 2019

    The proposed patch I mentioned on bpo-35939 also solve the above situation.

    Python 3.8.0a1+ (heads/bpo-12317:96d37dbcd2, Feb  8 2019, 12:03:40)
    [Clang 9.1.0 (clang-902.0.39.1)] on darwin
    Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
    >>> import mimetypes
    >>> mimetypes.guess_type("http://example.com")
    (None, None)
    >>> mimetypes.guess_type("example.com")
    ('application/x-msdownload', None)
    >>>

    I've also added the unit tests of mimetypes-host.patch. It works well.
    I think that we close this issue also when the bpo-35939 is closed.

    Thanks alot!

    @corona10 corona10 added 3.7 (EOL) end of life 3.8 only security fixes labels Feb 9, 2019
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    New changeset 87bd207 by Miss Islington (bot) (Dong-hee Na) in branch 'master':
    bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow proper parsing of URLs (GH-15522)
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    New changeset 6d7a786 by Miss Islington (bot) in branch '3.8':
    bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow proper parsing of URLs (GH-15522)
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    New changeset 8873bff by Miss Islington (bot) (Dong-hee Na) in branch '3.7':
    [3.7] bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow proper parsing of URLs (GH-15522) (GH-15687)
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    corona10 commented Sep 5, 2019

    @vstinner(my mentor) @maxking
    Now this issue is solved.
    I'd like to close this issue. Is it okay?

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    maxking commented Sep 5, 2019

    I think so, yes.

    Also, while you are at it, can you also close bpo-35939 with a comment that points to this issue and the right PR for the fix?

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    corona10 commented Sep 5, 2019

    Great! I will close bpo-35939 also.

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    This change introduces a potential 3.7 regression; see bpo-38449.

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    New changeset 19a3d87 by Miss Islington (bot) (Abhilash Raj) in branch 'master':
    bpo-38449: Revert "bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow oper parsing of URLs (GH-15522)" (GH-16724)
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    maxking commented Oct 12, 2019

    I am going to re-open this since the fixes were reverted in all the branches.

    @maxking maxking reopened this Oct 12, 2019
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    maxking commented Oct 12, 2019

    New changeset 5a638a8 by Abhilash Raj in branch '3.8':
    [3.8] bpo-38449: Revert "bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow oper parsing of URLs" (GH-16724) (GH-16728)
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    New changeset 164bee2 by Miss Islington (bot) (Abhilash Raj) in branch '3.7':
    [3.7] bpo-38449: Revert "bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow oper parsing of URLs (GH-15685)" (GH-16724) (GH-16727)
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    New changeset 2a40559 by Ned Deily (Abhilash Raj) in branch '3.7':
    [3.7] bpo-38449: Revert "bpo-22347: Update mimetypes.guess_type to allow oper parsing of URLs (GH-15685)" (GH-16724) (GH-16727)
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    guess_type() is too ambiguous. Its input is either URL or a file path, but you cannot always distinguish one from other. URL should escape some characters if they are occurred in the path, and it not always ends with a path. It can can with a host name (as in the original report), a fragment, a query, all this can lead to wrong result.

    I think that the only way to solve this issue is to split it on two functions -- for URLs and for file paths. Or add a boolean parameter, but it is less convenient.

    I propose to add guess_file_type() which only works with file paths, and deprecate accepting file paths in guess_type().

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    I propose to add guess_file_type() which only works with file paths, and deprecate accepting file paths in guess_type().

    This is a good idea since support for file paths was added to Python 3.8, and before it only accepted an URL.

    I expect such function to be able to return "image/gif" for a filename "image.gif"!

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    #117217 is based on the reverted PR #15522, but makes the URL parsing more reliable. The argument is interpreted as URL only if it has a scheme and does not look like a Windows path. Also fixed support of UNC paths on Windows (an issue similar to #115892).

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    vadmium commented Mar 25, 2024

    That might be a sensible compromise. So accept either a full URL or path, but not a relative URL. RFC 3986 allows single-letter URL schemes, but no such schemes are registered, so it might be okay to treat them as drive letters instead.

    @serhiy-storchaka serhiy-storchaka added 3.11 only security fixes and removed 3.8 only security fixes 3.7 (EOL) end of life labels Mar 26, 2024
    @serhiy-storchaka serhiy-storchaka added 3.12 bugs and security fixes 3.13 bugs and security fixes labels Mar 26, 2024
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    Fix parsing of the following corner cases:
    
    * URLs with only a host name
    * URLs containing a fragment
    * URLs containing a query
    * filenames with only a UNC sharepoint on Windows
    
    Co-authored-by: Dong-hee Na <donghee.na92@gmail.com>
    miss-islington pushed a commit to miss-islington/cpython that referenced this issue Mar 26, 2024
    Fix parsing of the following corner cases:
    
    * URLs with only a host name
    * URLs containing a fragment
    * URLs containing a query
    * filenames with only a UNC sharepoint on Windows
    
    (cherry picked from commit 9654daf)
    
    Co-authored-by: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Co-authored-by: Dong-hee Na <donghee.na92@gmail.com>
    miss-islington pushed a commit to miss-islington/cpython that referenced this issue Mar 26, 2024
    Fix parsing of the following corner cases:
    
    * URLs with only a host name
    * URLs containing a fragment
    * URLs containing a query
    * filenames with only a UNC sharepoint on Windows
    
    (cherry picked from commit 9654daf)
    
    Co-authored-by: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Co-authored-by: Dong-hee Na <donghee.na92@gmail.com>
    serhiy-storchaka added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 26, 2024
    Fix parsing of the following corner cases:
    
    * URLs with only a host name
    * URLs containing a fragment
    * URLs containing a query
    * filenames with only a UNC sharepoint on Windows
    
    (cherry picked from commit 9654daf)
    
    Co-authored-by: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Co-authored-by: Dong-hee Na <donghee.na92@gmail.com>
    serhiy-storchaka added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 26, 2024
    Fix parsing of the following corner cases:
    
    * URLs with only a host name
    * URLs containing a fragment
    * URLs containing a query
    * filenames with only a UNC sharepoint on Windows
    
    (cherry picked from commit 9654daf)
    
    Co-authored-by: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Co-authored-by: Dong-hee Na <donghee.na92@gmail.com>
    serhiy-storchaka added a commit to serhiy-storchaka/cpython that referenced this issue Mar 26, 2024
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    #117258 adds guess_file_type(). Passing file path in guess_type() is deprecated in documentation only. There are too many uses of guess_type() with a file path, so emitting a deprecation warning at runtime will be added many years later.

    In addition, guess_file_type() works with bytes paths. guess_type() always returns (None, None) and may emit a bytes warning.

    Yet one difference: file foo\.html is considered an HTML file on Posix, but has an unknown MIME type on Windows.

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        * Replace use of 'sys.maxsize' with direct computation of the stripped value.
    
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        * Implement clean as a cached property.
    
        * Model comment prefixes in the RawConfigParser within a prefixes namespace.
    
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    Author: mpage <mpage@meta.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 10:42:02 2024 -0700
    
        gh-111926: Avoid locking in PyType_IsSubtype (#117275)
    
        Read the MRO in a thread-unsafe way in `PyType_IsSubtype` to avoid locking. Fixing this is tracked in #117306.
    
        The motivation for this change is in support of making weakrefs thread-safe in free-threaded builds:
    
        `WeakValueDictionary` uses a special dictionary function, `_PyDict_DelItemIf`
        to remove dead weakrefs from the dictionary. `_PyDict_DelItemIf` removes a key
        if a user supplied predicate evaluates to true for the value associated with
        the key. Crucially for the `WeakValueDictionary` use case, the predicate
        evaluation + deletion sequence is atomic, provided that the predicate doesn’t
        suspend. The predicate used by `WeakValueDictionary` includes a subtype check,
        which we must ensure doesn't suspend in free-threaded builds.
    
    commit 19c1dd60c5b53fb0533610ad139ef591294f26e8
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 13:35:43 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117323: Make `cell` thread-safe in free-threaded builds (#117330)
    
        Use critical sections to lock around accesses to cell contents. The critical sections are no-ops in the default (with GIL) build.
    
    commit 397d88db5e9ab2a43de3fdf5f8b973a949edc405
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 13:34:04 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117344: Skip flaky tests in free-threaded build (#117355)
    
        The tests are not reliable with the GIL disabled. In theory, they can
        fail with the GIL enabled too, but the failures are much more likely
        with the GIL disabled.
    
    commit f05fb2e65c2dffdfae940f2707765c4994925205
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 13:33:04 2024 -0400
    
        gh-112529: Don't untrack tuples or dicts with zero refcount (#117370)
    
        The free-threaded GC sometimes sees objects with zero refcount. This can
        happen due to the delay in merging biased reference counting fields,
        and, in the future, due to deferred reference counting. We should not
        untrack these objects or they will never be collected.
    
        This fixes the refleaks in the free-threaded build.
    
    commit ddf95b5f16031cdbd0d728e55eb06dff002a8678
    Author: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend@python.org>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 18:26:06 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116664: Fix unused var warnings in _warnings.c in non-free-threaded builds (#117373)
    
        The warnings were introduced by commit c1712ef06.
    
    commit 0fa571dbcdf19b541276cb00bb929381930467b2
    Author: Tian Gao <gaogaotiantian@hotmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 09:02:01 2024 -0700
    
        Refactor pdb executable targets (#112570)
    
        Co-authored-by: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    
    commit 54f7e14500471d1c46fb553adb3ca24cd1fef084
    Author: Pedro Lacerda <pslacerda@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 12:05:00 2024 -0300
    
        gh-66449: configparser: Add support for unnamed sections (#117273)
    
        Co-authored-by: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    
    commit d9cfe7e565a6e2dc15747a904736264e31a10be4
    Author: Nikita Sobolev <mail@sobolevn.me>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 14:14:25 2024 +0300
    
        gh-117166: Ignore empty and temporary dirs in `test_makefile` (#117190)
    
    commit 35b6c4a4da201a947b2ceb96ae4c0d83d4d2df4f
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 11:25:17 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117347: Fix test_clinic side effects (#117363)
    
        Save/restore converters in ClinicWholeFileTest and
        ClinicExternalTest.
    
    commit 7e2fef865899837c47e91ef0180fa59eb03e840b
    Author: neonene <53406459+neonene@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 18:40:48 2024 +0900
    
        gh-117142: ctypes: Migrate global vars to module state (GH-117189)
    
    commit 2e9be80c99f635c2f7761e8356b0260922d6e7a6
    Author: Gregory P. Smith <greg@krypto.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 17:58:37 2024 -0700
    
        Fix reversed assertRegex checks in test_ssl. (#117351)
    
    commit 8eec7ed714e65d616573b7331780b0aa43c6ed6a
    Author: 傅立业(Chris Fu) <17433201@qq.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 08:19:20 2024 +0800
    
        gh-117110: Fix subclasses of typing.Any with custom constructors (#117111)
    
    commit a17f313e3958e825db9a83594c8471a984316536
    Author: Christopher Chianelli <christopher@timefold.ai>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 18:26:56 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117339: Use NULL instead of None for LOAD_SUPER_ATTR in dis docs (GH-117343)
    
    commit 26d328b2ba26374fb8d9ffe8215ecef7c5e3f7a2
    Author: Michael Droettboom <mdboom@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 18:23:08 2024 -0400
    
        GH-117121: Add pystats to JIT builds (GH-117346)
    
    commit 14f1ca7d5363386163839b31ce987423daecc3de
    Author: Nice Zombies <nineteendo19d0@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 22:20:08 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117335: Handle non-iterables for `ntpath.commonpath` (GH-117336)
    
    commit 18cf239e39e25e6cef50ecbb7f197a82f8920ff5
    Author: Brandt Bucher <brandtbucher@microsoft.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 14:02:34 2024 -0700
    
        Increase the JIT CI timeouts to 75 minutes (GH-117342)
    
    commit 29829b58a8328a7c2ccacaa74c1d7d120a5e5ca5
    Author: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 19:59:12 2024 +0000
    
        gh-117294: Report DocTestCase as skipped if all examples in the doctest are skipped (GH-117297)
    
    commit efcc96844e7c66fcd6c23ac2d557ca141614ce9a
    Author: Tian Gao <gaogaotiantian@hotmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 11:23:29 2024 -0700
    
        gh-69201: Separate stdout and stderr stream in test_pdb (#117308)
    
    commit 6702d2bf6edcd5b5415e17837383623b9d76a5b8
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 17:40:58 2024 +0100
    
        gh-114331: Skip decimal test_maxcontext_exact_arith on s390x (#117326)
    
    commit c1712ef066321c01bf09cba3f22fc474b5b8dfa7
    Author: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 16:05:08 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116664: Make module state Py_SETREF's in _warnings thread-safe (#116959)
    
        Mark the swap operations as critical sections.
    
        Add an internal Py_BEGIN_CRITICAL_SECTION_MUT API that takes a PyMutex
        pointer instead of a PyObject pointer.
    
    commit 9a388b9a64927c372d85f0eaec3de9b7320a6fb5
    Author: Joachim Wuttke <j.wuttke@fz-juelich.de>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 14:43:07 2024 +0100
    
        bpo-43848: explain optional argument mtime in gzip.py. (GH-25410)
    
        Co-authored-by: Jelle Zijlstra <jelle.zijlstra@gmail.com>
    
    commit 8dbfdb2957a7baade3a88661517f163ad694c39f
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 09:28:39 2024 -0400
    
        gh-110481: Fix biased reference counting queue initialization. (#117271)
    
        The biased reference counting queue must be initialized from the bound
        (active) thread because it uses `_Py_ThreadId()` as the key in a hash
        table.
    
    commit 9a1e55b8c5723206116f7016921be3937ef2f4e5
    Author: Chris Markiewicz <effigies@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 06:59:31 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117178: Recover lazy loading of self-referential modules (#117179)
    
    commit 4c71d51a4b7989fc8754ba512c40e21666f9db0d
    Author: Jelle Zijlstra <jelle.zijlstra@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 04:30:31 2024 -0600
    
        gh-117266: Fix crashes on user-created AST subclasses (GH-117276)
    
        Fix crashes on user-created AST subclasses
    
    commit 8cb7d7ff86a1a2d41195f01ba4f218941dd7308c
    Author: Gregory P. Smith <greg@krypto.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 03:11:58 2024 -0700
    
        gh-117310: Remove extra DECREF on "no ciphers" error path in `_ssl._SSLContext` constructor (#117309)
    
        Remove extra self DECREF on ssl "no ciphers" error path.
    
        This doesn't come up in practice because nobody links against a broken
        OpenSSL library that provides nothing.
    
    commit 6c8ac8a32fd6de1960526561c44bc5603fab0f3e
    Author: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 09:40:37 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116303: Handle disabled test modules in test.support helpers (#116482)
    
        Make sure test.support helpers skip iso. failing if test extension
        modules are disabled. Also log TEST_MODULES in test.pythoninfo.
    
    commit 0f27672c5002de96c9f1228b12460d5ce3f1d190
    Author: Russell Keith-Magee <russell@keith-magee.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 16:13:13 2024 +0800
    
        gh-114099: Add documentation for iOS platform (GH-117057)
    
        Co-authored-by: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
        Co-authored-by: Jacob Coffee <jacob@z7x.org>
        Co-authored-by: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
        Co-authored-by: Ned Deily <nad@python.org>
    
    commit f006338017cfbf846e8f7391b9ee5f69df8dc620
    Author: Russell Keith-Magee <russell@keith-magee.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 15:59:33 2024 +0800
    
        gh-114099: Additions to standard library to support iOS (GH-117052)
    
        Co-authored-by: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
        Co-authored-by: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
        Co-authored-by: Ned Deily <nad@python.org>
    
    commit b44898299a2ed97045c270f6474785da2ff07ced
    Author: Tim Hatch <tim@timhatch.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 23:54:51 2024 -0700
    
        gh-89739: gh-77140: Support zip64 in zipimport (GH-94146)
    
        * Reads zip64 files as produced by the zipfile module
        * Include tests (somewhat slow, however, because of the need to create "large" zips)
        * About the same amount of strictness reading invalid zip files as zipfile has
        * Still works on files with prepended data (like pex)
    
        There are a lot more test cases at https://github.com/thatch/zipimport64/ that give me confidence that this works for real-world files.
    
        Fixes #89739 and #77140.
    
        ---------
    
        Co-authored-by: Itamar Ostricher <itamarost@gmail.com>
        Reviewed-by: Gregory P. Smith <greg@krypto.org>
    
    commit 2cedd25c14d3acfdcb5e8ee55132ce3e334ab8fe
    Author: Illia Volochii <illia.volochii@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 08:46:01 2024 +0200
    
        Revert "gh-116886: Temporarily disable CIfuzz (memory) (GH-117018)" (GH-117289)
    
        This reverts commit 1ab0d0b1167d78bf19661a3b5e533a2b68a57604.
    
        This reverts #117018.
    
        I expect the issue to be fixed based on https://github.com/google/oss-fuzz/pull/11708#issuecomment-2006442396 and https://github.com/actions/runner-images/issues/9491.
    
    commit eefff682f09394fe4f18b7d7c6ac4c635caadd02
    Author: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 22:11:44 2024 +0000
    
        gh-108277: Make test_os tolerate 10 ms diff for timerfd on Android emulators (#117223)
    
    commit 7aa89bc43e0bcf49eee5a39b5a7ba8f996f20d00
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 23:10:14 2024 +0100
    
        gh-113317: Change how Argument Clinic lists converters (#116853)
    
        * Add a new create_parser_namespace() function for
          PythonParser to pass objects to executed code.
        * In run_clinic(), list converters using 'converters' and
          'return_converters' dictionarties.
        * test_clinic: add 'object()' return converter.
        * Use also create_parser_namespace() in eval_ast_expr().
    
        Co-authored-by: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend@python.org>
    
    commit 669ef49c7d42f35da6f7ee280102353b9b37f83e
    Author: Seth Michael Larson <seth@python.org>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 16:56:14 2024 -0500
    
        gh-99108: Update and check HACL* version information (GH-117295)
    
        * Update and check HACL* version information
    
    commit 262fb911ab7df8e890ebd0efb0773c3e0b5a757f
    Author: Irit Katriel <1055913+iritkatriel@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 17:38:19 2024 +0000
    
        gh-117288: Allocate fewer label IDs in _PyCfg_ToInstructionSequence (#117290)
    
    commit 74c8568d07719529b874897598d8b3bc25ff0434
    Author: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 16:53:27 2024 +0000
    
        gh-71042: Add `platform.android_ver` (#116674)
    
    commit ce00de4c8cd39816f992e749c1074487d93abe9d
    Author: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 16:46:35 2024 +0200
    
        gh-117225: doctest: only print "and X failed" when non-zero, don't pluralise "1 items" (#117228)
    
    commit 92397d5ead38dde4154e70d00f24973bcf2a925a
    Author: Raymond Hettinger <rhettinger@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 09:04:32 2024 -0500
    
        Add statistics recipe for sampling from an estimated probability density distribution (#117221)
    
    commit b3e8c78ed7aa9bbd1084375587b99200c687cec9
    Author: Tian Gao <gaogaotiantian@hotmail.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 18:20:12 2024 -0700
    
        gh-113548: Allow CLI arguments to `pdb -m` (#113557)
    
    commit 48c0b05cf0dd2db275bd4653f84aa36c22bddcd2
    Author: Adorilson Bezerra <adorilson@gmail.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 19:08:08 2024 +0000
    
        Change links on the index page (#117230)
    
    commit af1b0e94400d1bf732466d675054df8cf7dfb62d
    Author: AN Long <aisk@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 02:26:48 2024 +0800
    
        gh-104242: Enable test_is_char_device_true in pathlib test on all platform (GH-116983)
    
    commit 79be75735c9d77972112cecc8d7e1af28c176ed0
    Author: Irit Katriel <1055913+iritkatriel@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 15:18:17 2024 +0000
    
        gh-115775: Compiler adds __static_attributes__ field to classes (#115913)
    
    commit 70969d53a77a8a190c40a30419e772bc874a4f62
    Author: Antonio <57417288+amaddio@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 15:10:29 2024 +0100
    
        gh-97901 add missing text/rtf to mimetypes (GH-97902)
    
        Co-authored-by: Noam Cohen <noam@noam.me>
    
    commit 4ec347760f98b156c6a2d42ca397af6b0b6ecc50
    Author: AN Long <aisk@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 22:09:57 2024 +0800
    
        gh-115538: Use isolate mode when running venv test_multiprocessing_recursion() (#117116)
    
        Co-authored-by: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    
    commit 743f2c68f478279e1e56577fe95a0ed112b9abc5
    Author: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 16:09:09 2024 +0200
    
        pre-commit: add `check-case-conflict` and `check-merge-conflict` (#117259)
    
    commit 4abca7e1e7e2764faf20c7e677ea5c9ea9dbffe2
    Author: Paulo Neves <ptsneves@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 13:37:50 2024 +0100
    
        gh-98966: Handle stdout=subprocess.STDOUT (GH-98967)
    
        Explicitly handle the case where stdout=STDOUT
        as otherwise the existing error handling gets
        confused and reports hard to understand errors.
    
        Signed-off-by: Paulo Neves <ptsneves@gmail.com>
    
    commit 9654daf793b534b44a831c80f43505ab9e380f1f
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 13:26:45 2024 +0200
    
        gh-66543: Fix mimetype.guess_type() (GH-117217)
    
        Fix parsing of the following corner cases:
    
        * URLs with only a host name
        * URLs containing a fragment
        * URLs containing a query
        * filenames with only a UNC sharepoint on Windows
    
        Co-authored-by: Dong-hee Na <donghee.na92@gmail.com>
    
    commit 8bef34f625e21886b1c64544c060e19ee2e229bf
    Author: Mark Shannon <mark@hotpy.org>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 11:11:42 2024 +0000
    
        GH-117108: Set the "old space bit" to "visited" for all young objects  (#117213)
    
        Change old space bit of young objects from 0 to gcstate->visited_space.
        This ensures that any object created *and* collected during cycle GC has the bit set correctly.
    
    commit bf82f77957a31c3731b4ec470c406f5708ca9ba3
    Author: Mark Shannon <mark@hotpy.org>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 09:35:11 2024 +0000
    
        GH-116422: Tier2 hot/cold splitting (GH-116813)
    
        Splits the "cold" path, deopts and exits, from the "hot" path, reducing the size of most jitted instructions, at the cost of slower exits.
    
    commit 61599a48f52e951d8813877ee311d2a830ba2cd8
    Author: Pablo Galindo Salgado <Pablogsal@gmail.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 09:30:46 2024 +0000
    
        bpo-24612: Improve syntax error for 'not' after an operator (GH-28170)
    
        Co-authored-by: Lysandros Nikolaou <lisandrosnik@gmail.com>
    
    commit 771902c257372e6c4df1ead4e8c46308561db7a7
    Author: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 11:13:32 2024 +0200
    
        gh-83845: Add tests for operator module (#115883)
    
        Co-authored-by: Karthikeyan Singaravelan <tir.karthi@gmail.com>
    
    commit ea9a296fce2f786b4cf43c7924e5de01061f27ca
    Author: yevgeny hong <hongyevgeny@gmail.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 16:45:43 2024 +0900
    
        gh-115627: Fix PySSL_SetError handling SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL (GH-115628)
    
        Python 3.10 changed from using SSL_write() and SSL_read() to SSL_write_ex() and
        SSL_read_ex(), but did not update handling of the return value.
    
        Change error handling so that the return value is not examined.
        OSError (not EOF) is now returned when retval is 0.
    
        According to *recent* man pages of all functions for which we call
        PySSL_SetError, (in OpenSSL 3.0 and 1.1.1), their return value should
        be used to determine whether an error happened (i.e. if PySSL_SetError
        should be called), but not what kind of error happened (so,
        PySSL_SetError shouldn't need retval). To get the error,
        we need to use SSL_get_error.
    
        Co-authored-by: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
        Co-authored-by: Petr Viktorin <encukou@gmail.com>
    
    commit d52bdfb19fadd7614a0e5abaf68525fc7300e841
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 08:35:59 2024 +0100
    
        gh-83434: Disable XML in regrtest when -R option is used (#117232)
    
    commit 9f74e86c78853c101a23e938f8e32ea838d8f62e
    Author: Sebastian Pipping <sebastian@pipping.org>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 02:48:27 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117187: Fix XML tests for vanilla Expat <2.6.0 (GH-117203)
    
        This fixes XML unittest fallout from the https://github.com/python/cpython/issues/115398 security fix.  When configured using `--with-system-expat` on systems with older pre 2.6.0 versions of libexpat, our unittests were failing.
    
        * sax|etree: Simplify Expat version guard where simplifiable
    
        Idea by Matěj Cepl
    
        * sax|etree: Fix reparse deferral tests for vanilla Expat <2.6.0
    
        This *does not fix* the case of distros with an older version of libexpat with the 2.6.0 feature backported as a security fix.  (Ubuntu is a known example of this with its libexpat1 2.5.0-2ubunutu0.1 package)
    
    commit 872e212378ef86392069034afd80bb53896fd93d
    Author: Jonathan Protzenko <protz@microsoft.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 17:35:26 2024 -0700
    
        gh-99108: Refresh HACL*; update modules accordingly; fix namespacing (GH-117237)
    
        Pulls in a new update from https://github.com/hacl-star/hacl-star and fixes our C "namespacing" done by `Modules/_hacl/refresh.sh`.
    
    commit 8945b7ff55b87d11c747af2dad0e3e4d631e62d6
    Author: Eric V. Smith <ericvsmith@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 19:59:14 2024 -0400
    
        gh-109870: Dataclasses: batch up exec calls (gh-110851)
    
        Instead of calling `exec()` once for each function added to a dataclass, only call `exec()` once per dataclass. This can lead to speed improvements of up to 20%.
    
    commit 7ebad77ad65ab4d5d8d0c333256a882262cec189
    Author: Raymond Hettinger <rhettinger@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 18:49:44 2024 -0500
    
        Sync main docs and docstring for median_grouped(). (gh-117214)
    
    commit 0821923aa979a72464c5da8dfa53a719bba5801c
    Author: Nice Zombies <nineteendo19d0@gmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 23:55:11 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117114: Make os.path.isdevdrive available on all platforms (GH-117115)
    
    commit c2276176d543a2fc2d57709c2787f99850fbb073
    Author: Adorilson Bezerra <adorilson@gmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 22:34:20 2024 +0000
    
        Add information about negative  indexes to sequence datamodel doc (#110903)
    
        Co-authored by Terry Jan Reedy
    
    commit 23e4f80ce2a2bac50acd1785e791316d5b578b8d
    Author: Mark Shannon <mark@hotpy.org>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 20:43:51 2024 +0000
    
        A few minor tweaks to get stats working and compiling cleanly. (#117219)
    
        Fixes a compilation error when configured with `--enable-pystats`,
        an array size issue, and an unused variable.
    
    commit 507896d97dcff2d7999efa264b29d9003c525c49
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 17:32:20 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116936: Add PyType_GetModuleByDef() to the limited C API (#116937)
    
    commit 0c1a42cf9c8cd0d4534d5c1d58f118ce7c5c446e
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 17:32:11 2024 +0200
    
        gh-87193: Support bytes objects with refcount > 1 in _PyBytes_Resize() (GH-117160)
    
        Create a new bytes object and destroy the old one if it has refcount > 1.
    
    commit 01e7405da400e8997f8964d06cc414045e144681
    Author: Tian Gao <gaogaotiantian@hotmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 08:18:09 2024 -0700
    
        gh-112948: Make pdb completion similar to repl completion (#112950)
    
    commit 9db2a8f914ad59019d448cecc43b6d45f46424a0
    Author: Raymond Hettinger <rhettinger@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 09:26:42 2024 -0500
    
        Minor markup and grammar fixes in the statistics docs (gh-117216)
    
    commit eebea7e515462b503632ada74923ec3246599c9c
    Author: Kirill Podoprigora <kirill.bast9@mail.ru>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 20:34:55 2024 +0200
    
        gh-117176: Fix compiler warning in Python/optimizer_bytecodes.c (GH-117199)
    
    commit 83485a095363dad6c97b19af2826ca0c34343bfc
    Author: Totally a booplicate <53382877+Booplicate@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 18:48:40 2024 +0300
    
        gh-112571: Move fish venv activation script into the common folder (GH-117169)
    
        pythongh-112571: allow using fish venv activation script on windows
    
        The fish shell can be used on windows under cygwin or msys2.
        This change moves the script to the common folder
        so the venv module will install it on both posix and nt systems (like the bash script).
    
    commit 78a651fd7fbe7a3d1702e40f4cbfa72d87241ef0
    Author: Terry Jan Reedy <tjreedy@udel.edu>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 11:38:34 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117194: Properly format 'base64' header in What's New (#117198)
    
        It needs 6, not 3, '-'s.
    
    commit f267d5bf2a99fbeb26a720d1c87c1f0557424b14
    Author: Kerim Kabirov <the.privat33r+gh@pm.me>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 14:59:14 2024 +0100
    
        GH-115986 Docs: promote pprint.pp usage as a default (#116614)
    
        Co-authored-by: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
    
    commit 39df7732178c8e8f75b12f069a3dbc1715c99995
    Author: LilKS <1244886+LilKS@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 11:01:07 2024 +0100
    
        gh-101760: Improve the imaplib.IMAP4 example (#101764)
    
        Co-authored-by: Adam Turner <9087854+AA-Turner@users.noreply.github.com>
    
    commit a1e948edba9ec6ba61365429857f7a087c5edf51
    Author: Raymond Hettinger <rhettinger@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 11:35:58 2024 +0200
    
        Add cumulative option for the new statistics.kde() function. (#117033)
    
    commit d610d821fd210dce63a1132c274ffdf8acc510bc
    Author: Irit Katriel <1055913+iritkatriel@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sat Mar 23 22:32:33 2024 +0000
    
        gh-112383: teach dis how to interpret ENTER_EXECUTOR (#117171)
    
    commit 6c83352bfe78a7d567c8d76257df6eb91d5a7245
    Author: Ken Jin <kenjin@python.org>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 06:19:17 2024 +0800
    
        gh-117180: Complete call sequence when trace stack overflow (GH-117184)
    
        ---------
    
        Co-authored-by: Peter Lazorchak <lazorchakp@gmail.com>
        Co-authored-by: Guido van Rossum <gvanrossum@users.noreply.github.com>
        Co-authored-by: Guido van Rossum <gvanrossum@gmail.com>
    
    commit f11d0d8be8af28e1368c3c7c116218cf65ddf93e
    Author: Erik Soma <stillusingirc@gmail.com>
    Date:   Sat Mar 23 11:39:35 2024 -0400
    
        gh-91227: Ignore ERROR_PORT_UNREACHABLE in proactor recvfrom() (#32011)
    
    commit 9967b568edd2e35b0415c14c7242f3ca2c0dc03d
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Sat Mar 23 13:01:20 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117008: Fix functools test_recursive_pickle() (#117009)
    
        Use support.infinite_recursion() in test_recursive_pickle() of
        test_functools to prevent a stack overflow on "ARM64 Windows
        Non-Debug" buildbot.
    
        Lower Py_C_RECURSION_LIMIT to 1,000 frames on Windows ARM64.
    
    commit 72eea512b88f8fd68b7258242c37da963ad87360
    Author: Barney Gale <barney.gale@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 19:14:09 2024 +0000
    
        GH-106747: Document another difference between `glob` and `pathlib`. (#116518)
    
        Document that `path.glob()` might return *path*, whereas
        `glob.glob(root_dir=path)` will never return an empty string corresponding
        to *path*.
    
    commit e28477f214276db941e715eebc8cdfb96c1207d9
    Author: Mark Shannon <mark@hotpy.org>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 18:43:25 2024 +0000
    
        GH-117108: Change the size of the GC increment to about 1% of the total heap size. (GH-117120)
    
    commit e2e0b4b4b92694ba894e02b4a66fd87c166ed10f
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 20:19:10 2024 +0200
    
        gh-113024: C API: Add PyObject_GenericHash() function (GH-113025)
    
    commit 567ab3bd15398c8c7b791f3e376ae3e3c0bbe079
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 20:08:00 2024 +0200
    
        gh-117084: Fix ZIP file extraction for directory entry names with backslashes on Windows (GH-117129)
    
    commit 5a78f6e798d5c2af1dba2df6c9f1f1e5aac02a86
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 20:03:48 2024 +0200
    
        gh-117134: Microoptimize glob() for include_hidden=True (GH-117135)
    
    commit 00baaa21de229a6db80ff2b84c2fd6ad1999a24c
    Author: Vinay Sajip <vinay_sajip@yahoo.co.uk>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 17:25:51 2024 +0000
    
        [docs] Fix typo in docstring and add example to logging cookbook. (GH-117157)
    
    commit 40d75c2b7f5c67e254d0a025e0f2e2c7ada7f69f
    Author: Jakub Stasiak <jakub@stasiak.at>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 17:49:56 2024 +0100
    
        GH-113171: Fix "private" (non-global) IP address ranges (GH-113179)
    
        * GH-113171: Fix "private" (really non-global) IP address ranges
    
        The _private_networks variables, used by various is_private
        implementations, were missing some ranges and at the same time had
        overly strict ranges (where there are more specific ranges considered
        globally reachable by the IANA registries).
    
        This patch updates the ranges with what was missing or otherwise
        incorrect.
    
        I left 100.64.0.0/10 alone, for now, as it's been made special in [1]
        and I'm not sure if we want to undo that as I don't quite understand the
        motivation behind it.
    
        The _address_exclude_many() call returns 8 networks for IPv4, 121
        networks for IPv6.
    
        [1] https://github.com/python/cpython/issues/61602
    
    commit 3be9b9d8722696b95555937bb211dc4cda714d56
    Author: Steve Dower <steve.dower@python.org>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 15:00:50 2024 +0000
    
        Fix get_packagefamilyname helper function on Windows 32-bit (GH-117153)
    
    commit 63d6f2623ef2aa90f51c6a928b96845b9b380d89
    Author: NGRsoftlab <78017794+NGRsoftlab@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 14:25:38 2024 +0300
    
        gh-117068: Remove useless code in bytesio.c:resize_buffer() (GH-117069)
    
        Co-authored-by: i.khabibulin <i.khabibulin@ngrsoftlab.ru>
    
    commit 42ae924d278c48a719fb0ab86357f3235a9f7ab9
    Author: Petr Viktorin <encukou@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 10:42:18 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117127: glob tests: Reopen dir_fd to pick up directory changes (GH-117128)
    
    commit 8383915031942f441f435a5ae800790116047b80
    Author: Tim Peters <tim.peters@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 22:27:25 2024 -0500
    
        GH-116939: Rewrite binarysort() (#116940)
    
        Rewrote binarysort() for clarity.
    
        Also changed the signature to be more coherent (it was mixing sortslice with raw pointers).
    
        No change in method or functionality. However, I left some experiments in, disabled for now
        via `#if` tricks. Since this code was first written, some kinds of comparisons have gotten
        enormously faster (like for lists of floats), which changes the tradeoffs.
    
        For example, plain insertion sort's simpler innermost loop and highly predictable branches
        leave it very competitive (even beating, by a bit) binary insertion when comparisons are
        very cheap, despite that it can do many more compares. And it wins big on runs that
        are already sorted (moving the next one in takes only 1 compare then).
    
        So I left code for a plain insertion sort, to make future experimenting easier.
    
        Also made the maximum value of minrun a `#define` (``MAX_MINRUN`) to make
        experimenting with that easier too.
    
        And another bit of `#if``-disabled code rewrites binary insertion's innermost loop to
        remove its unpredictable branch. Surprisingly, this doesn't really seem to help
        overall. I'm unclear on why not. It certainly adds more instructions, but they're very
        simple, and it's hard to be believe they cost as much as a branch miss.
    
    commit 97ba910e47ad298114800587979ce7beb0a705a3
    Author: Guido van Rossum <guido@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 18:27:48 2024 -0700
    
        gh-108716:: Remove _PyStaticCode_Init/Fini (#117141)
    
        More deepfreeze cleanup.
    
    commit b3d25df8d38b79310587da54dbd88b06a16d4904
    Author: Eric Snow <ericsnowcurrently@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 18:20:20 2024 -0600
    
        gh-105716: Fix _PyInterpreterState_IsRunningMain() For Embedders (gh-117140)
    
        When I added _PyInterpreterState_IsRunningMain() and friends last year, I tried to accommodate applications that embed Python but don't call _PyInterpreterState_SetRunningMain() (not that they're expected to).  That mostly worked fine until my recent changes in gh-117049, where the subtleties with the fallback code led to failures; the change ended up breaking test_tools.test_freeze, which exercises a basic embedding situation.
    
        The simplest fix is to drop the fallback code I originally added to _PyInterpreterState_IsRunningMain() (and later to _PyThreadState_IsRunningMain()).  I've kept the fallback in the _xxsubinterpreters module though.  I've also updated Py_FrozenMain() to call _PyInterpreterState_SetRunningMain().
    
    commit c4bf58a14f162557038a1535ca22c52b49d81d7b
    Author: Thomas A Caswell <tcaswell@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 19:54:50 2024 -0400
    
        gh-116745: Remove all internal usage of @LIBPYTHON@ (#116746)
    
        Replace with MODULE_LDFLAGS.
    
    commit 3ec57307e70ee6f42410e844d3399bbd598917ba
    Author: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 23:52:29 2024 +0000
    
        gh-71052: Add Android build script and instructions (#116426)
    
    commit 50f9b0b1e0fb181875751cef951351ed007b6397
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 23:17:09 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117061: Fix test_posix.test_sched_setaffinity() on RHEL9 (#117126)
    
        On RHEL9, sched_setaffinity(0, []) does not fail.
    
    commit 0907871d43bffb613cbd560224e1a9db13d06c06
    Author: Ned Batchelder <ned@nedbatchelder.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 15:47:09 2024 -0400
    
        docs: fix over-linking in dataclasses.rst (#117005)
    
    commit 570a82d46abfebb9976961113fb0f8bb400ad182
    Author: Guido van Rossum <guido@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 12:37:41 2024 -0700
    
        gh-117045: Add code object to function version cache (#117028)
    
        Changes to the function version cache:
    
        - In addition to the function object, also store the code object,
          and allow the latter to be retrieved even if the function has been evicted.
        - Stop assigning new function versions after a critical attribute (e.g. `__code__`)
          has been modified; the version is permanently reset to zero in this case.
        - Changes to `__annotations__` are no longer considered critical. (This fixes gh-109998.)
    
        Changes to the Tier 2 optimization machinery:
    
        - If we cannot map a function version to a function, but it is still mapped to a code object,
          we continue projecting the trace.
          The operand of the `_PUSH_FRAME` and `_POP_FRAME` opcodes can be either NULL,
          a function object, or a code object with the lowest bit set.
    
        This allows us to trace through code that calls an ephemeral function,
        i.e., a function that may not be alive when we are constructing the executor,
        e.g. a generator expression or certain nested functions.
        We will lose globals removal inside such functions,
        but we can still do other peephole operations
        (and even possibly [call inlining](https://github.com/python/cpython/pull/116290),
        if we decide to do it), which only need the code object.
        As before, if we cannot retrieve the code object from the cache, we stop projecting.
    
    commit c85d84166a84a5cb2d724012726bad34229ad24e
    Author: Will Childs-Klein <willck93@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 14:16:36 2024 -0500
    
        gh-116333: Relax error string text expectations in SSL-related tests (GH-116334)
    
        * Relax error string text expectations in SSL-related tests
    
        As suggested [here][1], this change relaxes the OpenSSL error string
        text expectations in a number of tests. This was specifically done in
        support of more easily building CPython [AWS-LC][2], but because AWS-LC
        is a fork of [BoringSSL][3], it should increase compatibility with that
        library as well.
    
        In addition to the error string relaxations, we also add some guards
        around the `tls-unique` channel binding being used with TLSv1.3, as that
        feature (described in [RFC 6929][4]) is [not defined][5] for TLSv1.3.
    
        [1]: https://discuss.python.org/t/support-building-ssl-and-hashlib-modules-against-aws-lc/44505/4
        [2]: https://github.com/aws/aws-lc
        [3]: https://github.com/google/boringssl
        [4]: https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc5929#section-3
        [5]: https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc8446#appendix-C.5
    
    commit 1f72fb5447ef3f8892b4a7a6213522579c618e8e
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 14:21:02 2024 -0400
    
        gh-116522: Refactor `_PyThreadState_DeleteExcept` (#117131)
    
        Split `_PyThreadState_DeleteExcept` into two functions:
    
        - `_PyThreadState_RemoveExcept` removes all thread states other than one
          passed as an argument. It returns the removed thread states as a
          linked list.
    
        - `_PyThreadState_DeleteList` deletes those dead thread states. It may
          call destructors, so we want to "start the world" before calling
          `_PyThreadState_DeleteList` to avoid potential deadlocks.
    
    commit 50369e6c34d05222e5a0ec9443a9f7b230e83112
    Author: Michael Droettboom <mdboom@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 13:27:46 2024 -0400
    
        gh-116996: Add pystats about _Py_uop_analyse_and_optimize (GH-116997)
    
    commit 617158e07811edfd6fd552a3d84b0beedd8f1d18
    Author: Eric Snow <ericsnowcurrently@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 11:15:02 2024 -0600
    
        gh-76785: Drop PyInterpreterID_Type (gh-117101)
    
        I added it quite a while ago as a strategy for managing interpreter lifetimes relative to the PEP 554 (now 734) implementation.  Relatively recently I refactored that implementation to no longer rely on InterpreterID objects.  Thus now I'm removing it.
    
    commit abdd1f938f08e536864532b2071f144515ecc88b
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 17:45:43 2024 +0100
    
        gh-85283: Build _testconsole extension with limited C API (#117125)
    
    commit 8bea6c411d65cd987616b4ecdb86373e4f21f1c6
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 17:07:00 2024 +0100
    
        gh-115754: Add Py_GetConstant() function (#116883)
    
        Add Py_GetConstant() and Py_GetConstantBorrowed() functions.
    
        In the limited C API version 3.13, getting Py_None, Py_False,
        Py_True, Py_Ellipsis and Py_NotImplemented singletons is now
        implemented as function calls at the stable ABI level to hide
        implementation details. Getting these constants still return borrowed
        references.
    
        Add _testlimitedcapi/object.c and test_capi/test_object.py to test
        Py_GetConstant() and Py_GetConstantBorrowed() functions.
    
    commit 5a76d1be8ef371b75ca65166726923c249b5f615
    Author: Eric Snow <ericsnowcurrently@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 10:06:35 2024 -0600
    
        gh-105716: Update interp->threads.main After Fork (gh-117049)
    
        I missed this in gh-109921.
    
        We also update Py_Exit() to call _PyInterpreterState_SetNotRunningMain(), if necessary.
    
    commit bbee57fa8c318cb26d6c8651254927a1972c9738
    Author: Eric Snow <ericsnowcurrently@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 09:56:12 2024 -0600
    
        gh-76785: Clean Up Interpreter ID Conversions (gh-117048)
    
        Mostly we unify the two different implementations of the conversion code (from PyObject * to int64_t.  We also drop the PyArg_ParseTuple()-style converter function, as well as rename and move PyInterpreterID_LookUp().
    
    commit e728303532168efab7694c55c82ea19b18bf8385
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 10:01:16 2024 -0400
    
        gh-116522: Stop the world before fork() and during shutdown (#116607)
    
        This changes the free-threaded build to perform a stop-the-world pause
        before deleting other thread states when forking and during shutdown.
        This fixes some crashes when using multiprocessing and during shutdown
        when running with `PYTHON_GIL=0`.
    
        This also changes `PyOS_BeforeFork` to acquire the runtime lock
        (i.e., `HEAD_LOCK(&_PyRuntime)`) before forking to ensure that data
        protected by the runtime lock (and not just the GIL or stop-the-world)
        is in a consistent state before forking.
    
    commit 1f8b24ef69896680d6ba6005e75e1cc79a744f9e
    Author: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 13:20:57 2024 +0000
    
        gh-71052: Implement `ctypes.util.find_library` on Android (GH-116379)
    
    commit d16c9d1278164f04778861814ebc87ed087511fc
    Author: Tian Gao <gaogaotiantian@hotmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 03:30:10 2024 -0700
    
        gh-116987: Support class code objects in inspect.findsource() (GH-117025)
    
    commit 6547330f4e896c6748da23704b617e060e6cc68e
    Author: Adam Turner <9087854+AA-Turner@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 03:49:10 2024 +0000
    
        GH-109653: Defer import of ``importlib.metadata._adapters`` (#109829)
    
        * adapters
    
        * Add comments for deferred imports with links to rationale.
    
        * Add blurb
    
        ---------
    
        Co-authored-by: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    
    commit 667294d5b2ee812ebe0c9c1efd58e2006b61f827
    Author: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 23:01:24 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117089: Apply changes from importlib_metadata 7.1.0 (#117094)
    
        * Apply changes from importlib_metadata 7.1.0
    
        * Include the data sources in the makefile (even though they're not needed)
    
    commit f4cc77d494ee0e10ed84ce369f0910c70a2f6d44
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 00:06:24 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116869: Enable -Werror in test_cext for Free Threading (#117106)
    
        Check for warnings, but don't enable the compiler flag
        -Werror=declaration-after-statement.
    
    commit 104602a6078564765b7b8f42888f8eaa37b129b1
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 23:52:23 2024 +0100
    
        gh-105927: Limit PyWeakref_GetRef() to limited C API 3.13 (#117091)
    
    commit 8ad88984200b2ccddc0a08229dd2f4c14d1a71fc
    Author: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 17:11:00 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117089: Move importlib.metadata tests to their own package (#117092)
    
        * Ensure importlib.metadata tests do not leak references in sys.modules.
    
        * Move importlib.metadata tests to their own package for easier syncing with importlib_metadata.
    
        * Update owners and makefile for new directories.
    
        * Add blurb
    
    commit 7d446548ef53f6c3de1097c6d44cada6642ddc85
    Author: Carol Willing <carolcode@willingconsulting.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 14:00:59 2024 -0700
    
        Fix sort order for "locale encoding" glossary item (#115794)
    
        Co-authored-by: C.A.M. Gerlach <CAM.Gerlach@Gerlach.CAM>
    
    commit 63289b9dfbc7d87e81f1517422ee91b6b6d19531
    Author: Mark Shannon <mark@hotpy.org>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 18:24:02 2024 +0000
    
        GH-117066: Tier 2 optimizer: Don't throw away good traces if we can't optimize them perfectly. (GH-117067)
    
    commit dcaf33a41d5d220523d71c9b35bc08f5b8405dac
    Author: Petr Viktorin <encukou@gmail.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 17:33:08 2024 +0100
    
        gh-114314: ctypes: remove stgdict and switch to heap types (GH-116458)
    
        Before this change, ctypes classes used a custom dict subclass, `StgDict`,
        as their `tp_dict`. This acts like a regular dict but also includes extra information
        about the type.
    
        This replaces stgdict by `StgInfo`, a C struct on the type, accessed by
        `PyObject_GetTypeData()` (PEP-697).
        All usage of `StgDict` (mainly variables named `stgdict`, `dict`, `edict` etc.) is
        converted to `StgInfo` (named `stginfo`, `info`, `einfo`, etc.).
        Where the dict is actually used for class attributes (as a regular PyDict), it's now
        called `attrdict`.
    
        This change -- not overriding `tp_dict` -- is made to make me comfortable with
        the next part of this PR: moving the initialization logic from `tp_new` to `tp_init`.
    
        The `StgInfo` is set up in `__init__` of each class, with a guard that prevents
        calling `__init__` more than once. Note that abstract classes (like `Array` or
        `Structure`) are created using `PyType_FromMetaclass` and do not have
        `__init__` called.
        Previously, this was done in `__new__`, which also wasn't called for abstract
        classes.
        Since `__init__` can be called from Python code or skipped, there is a tested
        guard to ensure `StgInfo` is initialized exactly once before it's used.
    
        Co-authored-by: neonene <53406459+neonene@users.noreply.github.com>
        Co-authored-by: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend.aasland@protonmail.com>
    
    commit 44fbab43d8f3f2df07091d237824cf4fa1f6c57c
    Author: Russell Keith-Magee <russell@keith-magee.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 23:32:56 2024 +0800
    
        gh-117058: Update GUI and packaging recommendations for macOS. (#117059)
    
    commit 9221ef2d8cb7f4cf37592eb650d4c8f972033000
    Author: Brett Simmers <swtaarrs@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 08:18:26 2024 -0700
    
        gh-116908: Only write to `_pending_calls.calls_to_do` with atomic operations (#117044)
    
        These writes to `pending->calls_to_do` need to be atomic, because other threads
        can read (atomically) from `calls_to_do` without holding `pending->mutex`.
    
    commit fc4599800778f9b130d5e336deadbdeb5bd3e5ee
    Author: jkriegshauser <jkriegshauser@gmail.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 07:33:28 2024 -0700
    
        gh-116773: Ensure overlapped objects on Windows are not deallocated too early by asyncio (GH-116774)
    
    commit 519b2ae22b54760475bbf62b9558d453c703f9c6
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 15:39:53 2024 +0200
    
        gh-117021: Fix integer overflow in PyLong_AsPid() on non-Windows 64-bit platforms (GH-117064)
    NGRsoftlab pushed a commit to NGRsoftlab/cpython that referenced this issue Apr 2, 2024
    commit 9dae05ee59eeba0e67af2a46f2a2907c9f8d7e4a
    Author: Moshe Kaplan <mosheekaplan@gmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Apr 1 15:53:00 2024 -0400
    
        Docs: specify XML document name in xml.etree.elementtree example (#24223)
    
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    Date:   Mon Apr 1 21:49:14 2024 +0200
    
        Docs: add more links to PIPE in subprocess docs (#25416)
    
    commit fc8007ee3635db6ab73e132ebff987c910b6d538
    Author: Barney Gale <barney.gale@gmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Apr 1 20:37:41 2024 +0100
    
        GH-117337: Deprecate `glob.glob0()` and `glob.glob1()`. (#117371)
    
        These undocumented functions are no longer used by `msilib`, so there's no
        reason to keep them around.
    
    commit c741ad3537193c63fe697a8f0316aecd45eeb9ba
    Author: Justin Turner Arthur <justinarthur@gmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Apr 1 12:07:29 2024 -0500
    
        gh-77714: Provide an async iterator version of as_completed (GH-22491)
    
        * as_completed returns object that is both iterator and async iterator
        * Existing tests adjusted to test both the old and new style
        * New test to ensure iterator can be resumed
        * New test to ensure async iterator yields any passed-in Futures as-is
    
        Co-authored-by: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
        Co-authored-by: Guido van Rossum <gvanrossum@gmail.com>
    
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    Author: Guido van Rossum <guido@python.org>
    Date:   Mon Apr 1 09:13:38 2024 -0700
    
        Silence compiler warnings in gc.c (#117422)
    
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    Author: Petr Viktorin <encukou@gmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Apr 1 17:01:22 2024 +0200
    
        gh-94808: Fix refcounting in PyObject_Print tests (GH-117421)
    
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    Date:   Mon Apr 1 22:28:14 2024 +0900
    
        gh-117142: ctypes: Unify meta tp slot functions (GH-117143)
    
        Integrates the following ctypes meta tp slot functions:
        * `CDataType_traverse()` into `CType_Type_traverse()`.
        * `CDataType_clear()` into `CType_Type_clear()`.
        * `CDataType_dealloc()` into `CType_Type_dealloc()`.
        * `CDataType_repeat()` into `CType_Type_repeat()`.
    
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    Date:   Mon Apr 1 14:02:07 2024 +0100
    
        gh-91565: Replace bugs.python.org links with Devguide/GitHub ones  (GH-91568)
    
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        Co-authored-by: Oleg Iarygin <oleg@arhadthedev.net>
        Co-authored-by: Petr Viktorin <encukou@gmail.com>
        Co-authored-by: Ezio Melotti <ezio.melotti@gmail.com>
    
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    Date:   Mon Apr 1 13:52:25 2024 +0100
    
        gh-94808:Improve coverage of PyObject_Print (GH-98749)
    
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    Date:   Mon Apr 1 11:14:37 2024 +0000
    
        Bump mypy from 1.8.0 to 1.9.0 in /Tools (#117418)
    
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        build(deps-dev): bump types-psutil from 5.9.5.20240205 to 5.9.5.20240316 in /Tools (#117417)
    
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    Date:   Mon Apr 1 11:38:38 2024 +0100
    
        build(deps-dev): bump types-setuptools from 69.1.0.20240301 to 69.2.0.20240317 in /Tools (#117419)
    
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        build(deps): bump actions/add-to-project from 0.6.0 to 1.0.0 (#117415)
    
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    commit 56e99307c49adcc6df355f8070229371c97d654f
    Author: Adorilson Bezerra <adorilson@gmail.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 31 23:34:54 2024 +0100
    
        Doc: printf-style library/stdtype improvements (#16741)
    
    commit 18e12641a61a88f7d08b2114ebe965892c6661c5
    Author: Raymond Hettinger <rhettinger@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 31 16:09:22 2024 -0500
    
        gh-117387 Remove hash mark from introductory text (#117409)
    
    commit a32d6939486d7f90ee57e215077f6116e19de24d
    Author: Deborah <32307299+dlwrnc@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 31 22:11:48 2024 +0200
    
        gh-102190: Add additional zipfile `pwd=` arg docstrings (gh-102195)
    
        This just documents the parameter that already exists.
    
        ---------
    
        Co-authored-by: Gregory P. Smith <greg@krypto.org>
        Co-authored-by: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend.aasland@protonmail.com>
    
    commit 262445358e21c56d7c68e3ee76c13e469d2ea348
    Author: Shantanu <12621235+hauntsaninja@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 31 12:02:48 2024 -0700
    
        Link to the Python type system specification (#117400)
    
    commit 752e18389ed03087b51b38eac9769ef8dfd167b7
    Author: Barney Gale <barney.gale@gmail.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 31 19:14:48 2024 +0100
    
        GH-114575: Rename `PurePath.pathmod` to `PurePath.parser` (#116513)
    
        And rename the private base class from `PathModuleBase` to `ParserBase`.
    
    commit bfc57d43d8766120ba0c8f3f6d7b2ac681a81d8a
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 18:58:08 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117303: Don't detach in `PyThreadState_DeleteCurrent()` (#117304)
    
        This fixes a crash in `test_threading.test_reinit_tls_after_fork()` when
        running with the GIL disabled. We already properly handle the case where
        the thread state is `_Py_THREAD_ATTACHED` in `tstate_delete_common()` --
        we just need to remove an assertion.
    
        Keeping the thread attached means that a stop-the-world pause, such as
        for a `fork()`, won't commence until we remove our thread state from the
        interpreter's linked list. This prevents a crash when the child process
        tries to clean up the dead thread states.
    
    commit 05e0b67a43c5c1778dc2643c8b7c12864e135999
    Author: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend@python.org>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 21:23:28 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116664: In _warnings.c, make filters_version access thread-safe (#117374)
    
        - assert that the lock is held in already_warned()
        - protect 'filters_version' increment in warnings_filters_mutated_impl()
    
    commit 019143fecbfc26e69800d28d2a9e3392a051780b
    Author: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 16:06:09 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117348: Refactored RawConfigParser._read for similicity and comprehensibility (#117372)
    
        * Extract method for _read_inner, reducing complexity and indentation by 1.
    
        * Extract method for _raise_all and yield ParseErrors from _read_inner.
    
        Reduces complexity by 1 and reduces touch points for handling errors in _read_inner.
    
        * Prefer iterators to splat expansion and literal indexing.
    
        * Extract method for _strip_comments. Reduces complexity by 7.
    
        * Model the file lines in a class to encapsulate the comment status and cleaned value.
    
        * Encapsulate the read state as a dataclass
    
        * Extract _handle_continuation_line and _handle_rest methods. Reduces complexity by 8.
    
        * Reindent
    
        * At least for now, collect errors in the ReadState
    
        * Check for missing section header separately.
    
        * Extract methods for _handle_header and _handle_option. Reduces complexity by 6.
    
        * Remove unreachable code. Reduces complexity by 4.
    
        * Remove unreachable branch
    
        * Handle error condition early. Reduces complexity by 1.
    
        * Add blurb
    
        * Move _raise_all to ParsingError, as its behavior is most closely related to the exception class and not the reader.
    
        * Split _strip* into separate methods.
    
        * Refactor _strip_full to compute the strip just once and use 'not any' to determine the factor.
    
        * Replace use of 'sys.maxsize' with direct computation of the stripped value.
    
        * Extract has_comments as a dynamic property.
    
        * Implement clean as a cached property.
    
        * Model comment prefixes in the RawConfigParser within a prefixes namespace.
    
        * Use a regular expression to search for the first match.
    
        Avoids mutating variables and tricky logic and over-computing all of the starts when only the first is relevant.
    
    commit 01bd74eadbc4ff839d39762fae6366f50c1e116e
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 15:33:06 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117300: Use stop the world to make `sys._current_frames` and `sys._current_exceptions` thread-safe. (#117301)
    
        This adds a stop the world pause to make the two functions thread-safe
        when the GIL is disabled in the free-threaded build.
    
        Additionally, the main test thread may call `sys._current_exceptions()` as
        soon as `g_raised.set()` is called. The background thread may not yet reach
        the `leave_g.wait()` line.
    
    commit 94c97423a9c4969f8ddd4a3aa4aacb99c4d5263d
    Author: Guido van Rossum <guido@python.org>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 11:31:09 2024 -0700
    
        Fix broken format in error for bad input in summarize_stats.py (#117375)
    
        When you pass the script a non-existent input file, you get a TypeError instead of the intended ValueError.
    
    commit 5d21d884b6ffa45dac50a5f9a07c41356a8478b4
    Author: mpage <mpage@meta.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 10:42:02 2024 -0700
    
        gh-111926: Avoid locking in PyType_IsSubtype (#117275)
    
        Read the MRO in a thread-unsafe way in `PyType_IsSubtype` to avoid locking. Fixing this is tracked in #117306.
    
        The motivation for this change is in support of making weakrefs thread-safe in free-threaded builds:
    
        `WeakValueDictionary` uses a special dictionary function, `_PyDict_DelItemIf`
        to remove dead weakrefs from the dictionary. `_PyDict_DelItemIf` removes a key
        if a user supplied predicate evaluates to true for the value associated with
        the key. Crucially for the `WeakValueDictionary` use case, the predicate
        evaluation + deletion sequence is atomic, provided that the predicate doesn’t
        suspend. The predicate used by `WeakValueDictionary` includes a subtype check,
        which we must ensure doesn't suspend in free-threaded builds.
    
    commit 19c1dd60c5b53fb0533610ad139ef591294f26e8
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 13:35:43 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117323: Make `cell` thread-safe in free-threaded builds (#117330)
    
        Use critical sections to lock around accesses to cell contents. The critical sections are no-ops in the default (with GIL) build.
    
    commit 397d88db5e9ab2a43de3fdf5f8b973a949edc405
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 13:34:04 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117344: Skip flaky tests in free-threaded build (#117355)
    
        The tests are not reliable with the GIL disabled. In theory, they can
        fail with the GIL enabled too, but the failures are much more likely
        with the GIL disabled.
    
    commit f05fb2e65c2dffdfae940f2707765c4994925205
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 13:33:04 2024 -0400
    
        gh-112529: Don't untrack tuples or dicts with zero refcount (#117370)
    
        The free-threaded GC sometimes sees objects with zero refcount. This can
        happen due to the delay in merging biased reference counting fields,
        and, in the future, due to deferred reference counting. We should not
        untrack these objects or they will never be collected.
    
        This fixes the refleaks in the free-threaded build.
    
    commit ddf95b5f16031cdbd0d728e55eb06dff002a8678
    Author: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend@python.org>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 18:26:06 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116664: Fix unused var warnings in _warnings.c in non-free-threaded builds (#117373)
    
        The warnings were introduced by commit c1712ef06.
    
    commit 0fa571dbcdf19b541276cb00bb929381930467b2
    Author: Tian Gao <gaogaotiantian@hotmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 09:02:01 2024 -0700
    
        Refactor pdb executable targets (#112570)
    
        Co-authored-by: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    
    commit 54f7e14500471d1c46fb553adb3ca24cd1fef084
    Author: Pedro Lacerda <pslacerda@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 12:05:00 2024 -0300
    
        gh-66449: configparser: Add support for unnamed sections (#117273)
    
        Co-authored-by: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    
    commit d9cfe7e565a6e2dc15747a904736264e31a10be4
    Author: Nikita Sobolev <mail@sobolevn.me>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 14:14:25 2024 +0300
    
        gh-117166: Ignore empty and temporary dirs in `test_makefile` (#117190)
    
    commit 35b6c4a4da201a947b2ceb96ae4c0d83d4d2df4f
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 11:25:17 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117347: Fix test_clinic side effects (#117363)
    
        Save/restore converters in ClinicWholeFileTest and
        ClinicExternalTest.
    
    commit 7e2fef865899837c47e91ef0180fa59eb03e840b
    Author: neonene <53406459+neonene@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 18:40:48 2024 +0900
    
        gh-117142: ctypes: Migrate global vars to module state (GH-117189)
    
    commit 2e9be80c99f635c2f7761e8356b0260922d6e7a6
    Author: Gregory P. Smith <greg@krypto.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 17:58:37 2024 -0700
    
        Fix reversed assertRegex checks in test_ssl. (#117351)
    
    commit 8eec7ed714e65d616573b7331780b0aa43c6ed6a
    Author: 傅立业(Chris Fu) <17433201@qq.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 29 08:19:20 2024 +0800
    
        gh-117110: Fix subclasses of typing.Any with custom constructors (#117111)
    
    commit a17f313e3958e825db9a83594c8471a984316536
    Author: Christopher Chianelli <christopher@timefold.ai>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 18:26:56 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117339: Use NULL instead of None for LOAD_SUPER_ATTR in dis docs (GH-117343)
    
    commit 26d328b2ba26374fb8d9ffe8215ecef7c5e3f7a2
    Author: Michael Droettboom <mdboom@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 18:23:08 2024 -0400
    
        GH-117121: Add pystats to JIT builds (GH-117346)
    
    commit 14f1ca7d5363386163839b31ce987423daecc3de
    Author: Nice Zombies <nineteendo19d0@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 22:20:08 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117335: Handle non-iterables for `ntpath.commonpath` (GH-117336)
    
    commit 18cf239e39e25e6cef50ecbb7f197a82f8920ff5
    Author: Brandt Bucher <brandtbucher@microsoft.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 14:02:34 2024 -0700
    
        Increase the JIT CI timeouts to 75 minutes (GH-117342)
    
    commit 29829b58a8328a7c2ccacaa74c1d7d120a5e5ca5
    Author: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 19:59:12 2024 +0000
    
        gh-117294: Report DocTestCase as skipped if all examples in the doctest are skipped (GH-117297)
    
    commit efcc96844e7c66fcd6c23ac2d557ca141614ce9a
    Author: Tian Gao <gaogaotiantian@hotmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 11:23:29 2024 -0700
    
        gh-69201: Separate stdout and stderr stream in test_pdb (#117308)
    
    commit 6702d2bf6edcd5b5415e17837383623b9d76a5b8
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 17:40:58 2024 +0100
    
        gh-114331: Skip decimal test_maxcontext_exact_arith on s390x (#117326)
    
    commit c1712ef066321c01bf09cba3f22fc474b5b8dfa7
    Author: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 16:05:08 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116664: Make module state Py_SETREF's in _warnings thread-safe (#116959)
    
        Mark the swap operations as critical sections.
    
        Add an internal Py_BEGIN_CRITICAL_SECTION_MUT API that takes a PyMutex
        pointer instead of a PyObject pointer.
    
    commit 9a388b9a64927c372d85f0eaec3de9b7320a6fb5
    Author: Joachim Wuttke <j.wuttke@fz-juelich.de>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 14:43:07 2024 +0100
    
        bpo-43848: explain optional argument mtime in gzip.py. (GH-25410)
    
        Co-authored-by: Jelle Zijlstra <jelle.zijlstra@gmail.com>
    
    commit 8dbfdb2957a7baade3a88661517f163ad694c39f
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 09:28:39 2024 -0400
    
        gh-110481: Fix biased reference counting queue initialization. (#117271)
    
        The biased reference counting queue must be initialized from the bound
        (active) thread because it uses `_Py_ThreadId()` as the key in a hash
        table.
    
    commit 9a1e55b8c5723206116f7016921be3937ef2f4e5
    Author: Chris Markiewicz <effigies@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 06:59:31 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117178: Recover lazy loading of self-referential modules (#117179)
    
    commit 4c71d51a4b7989fc8754ba512c40e21666f9db0d
    Author: Jelle Zijlstra <jelle.zijlstra@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 04:30:31 2024 -0600
    
        gh-117266: Fix crashes on user-created AST subclasses (GH-117276)
    
        Fix crashes on user-created AST subclasses
    
    commit 8cb7d7ff86a1a2d41195f01ba4f218941dd7308c
    Author: Gregory P. Smith <greg@krypto.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 03:11:58 2024 -0700
    
        gh-117310: Remove extra DECREF on "no ciphers" error path in `_ssl._SSLContext` constructor (#117309)
    
        Remove extra self DECREF on ssl "no ciphers" error path.
    
        This doesn't come up in practice because nobody links against a broken
        OpenSSL library that provides nothing.
    
    commit 6c8ac8a32fd6de1960526561c44bc5603fab0f3e
    Author: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 09:40:37 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116303: Handle disabled test modules in test.support helpers (#116482)
    
        Make sure test.support helpers skip iso. failing if test extension
        modules are disabled. Also log TEST_MODULES in test.pythoninfo.
    
    commit 0f27672c5002de96c9f1228b12460d5ce3f1d190
    Author: Russell Keith-Magee <russell@keith-magee.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 16:13:13 2024 +0800
    
        gh-114099: Add documentation for iOS platform (GH-117057)
    
        Co-authored-by: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
        Co-authored-by: Jacob Coffee <jacob@z7x.org>
        Co-authored-by: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
        Co-authored-by: Ned Deily <nad@python.org>
    
    commit f006338017cfbf846e8f7391b9ee5f69df8dc620
    Author: Russell Keith-Magee <russell@keith-magee.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 15:59:33 2024 +0800
    
        gh-114099: Additions to standard library to support iOS (GH-117052)
    
        Co-authored-by: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
        Co-authored-by: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
        Co-authored-by: Ned Deily <nad@python.org>
    
    commit b44898299a2ed97045c270f6474785da2ff07ced
    Author: Tim Hatch <tim@timhatch.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 23:54:51 2024 -0700
    
        gh-89739: gh-77140: Support zip64 in zipimport (GH-94146)
    
        * Reads zip64 files as produced by the zipfile module
        * Include tests (somewhat slow, however, because of the need to create "large" zips)
        * About the same amount of strictness reading invalid zip files as zipfile has
        * Still works on files with prepended data (like pex)
    
        There are a lot more test cases at https://github.com/thatch/zipimport64/ that give me confidence that this works for real-world files.
    
        Fixes #89739 and #77140.
    
        ---------
    
        Co-authored-by: Itamar Ostricher <itamarost@gmail.com>
        Reviewed-by: Gregory P. Smith <greg@krypto.org>
    
    commit 2cedd25c14d3acfdcb5e8ee55132ce3e334ab8fe
    Author: Illia Volochii <illia.volochii@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 28 08:46:01 2024 +0200
    
        Revert "gh-116886: Temporarily disable CIfuzz (memory) (GH-117018)" (GH-117289)
    
        This reverts commit 1ab0d0b1167d78bf19661a3b5e533a2b68a57604.
    
        This reverts #117018.
    
        I expect the issue to be fixed based on https://github.com/google/oss-fuzz/pull/11708#issuecomment-2006442396 and https://github.com/actions/runner-images/issues/9491.
    
    commit eefff682f09394fe4f18b7d7c6ac4c635caadd02
    Author: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 22:11:44 2024 +0000
    
        gh-108277: Make test_os tolerate 10 ms diff for timerfd on Android emulators (#117223)
    
    commit 7aa89bc43e0bcf49eee5a39b5a7ba8f996f20d00
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 23:10:14 2024 +0100
    
        gh-113317: Change how Argument Clinic lists converters (#116853)
    
        * Add a new create_parser_namespace() function for
          PythonParser to pass objects to executed code.
        * In run_clinic(), list converters using 'converters' and
          'return_converters' dictionarties.
        * test_clinic: add 'object()' return converter.
        * Use also create_parser_namespace() in eval_ast_expr().
    
        Co-authored-by: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend@python.org>
    
    commit 669ef49c7d42f35da6f7ee280102353b9b37f83e
    Author: Seth Michael Larson <seth@python.org>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 16:56:14 2024 -0500
    
        gh-99108: Update and check HACL* version information (GH-117295)
    
        * Update and check HACL* version information
    
    commit 262fb911ab7df8e890ebd0efb0773c3e0b5a757f
    Author: Irit Katriel <1055913+iritkatriel@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 17:38:19 2024 +0000
    
        gh-117288: Allocate fewer label IDs in _PyCfg_ToInstructionSequence (#117290)
    
    commit 74c8568d07719529b874897598d8b3bc25ff0434
    Author: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 16:53:27 2024 +0000
    
        gh-71042: Add `platform.android_ver` (#116674)
    
    commit ce00de4c8cd39816f992e749c1074487d93abe9d
    Author: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 16:46:35 2024 +0200
    
        gh-117225: doctest: only print "and X failed" when non-zero, don't pluralise "1 items" (#117228)
    
    commit 92397d5ead38dde4154e70d00f24973bcf2a925a
    Author: Raymond Hettinger <rhettinger@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 09:04:32 2024 -0500
    
        Add statistics recipe for sampling from an estimated probability density distribution (#117221)
    
    commit b3e8c78ed7aa9bbd1084375587b99200c687cec9
    Author: Tian Gao <gaogaotiantian@hotmail.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 18:20:12 2024 -0700
    
        gh-113548: Allow CLI arguments to `pdb -m` (#113557)
    
    commit 48c0b05cf0dd2db275bd4653f84aa36c22bddcd2
    Author: Adorilson Bezerra <adorilson@gmail.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 19:08:08 2024 +0000
    
        Change links on the index page (#117230)
    
    commit af1b0e94400d1bf732466d675054df8cf7dfb62d
    Author: AN Long <aisk@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 27 02:26:48 2024 +0800
    
        gh-104242: Enable test_is_char_device_true in pathlib test on all platform (GH-116983)
    
    commit 79be75735c9d77972112cecc8d7e1af28c176ed0
    Author: Irit Katriel <1055913+iritkatriel@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 15:18:17 2024 +0000
    
        gh-115775: Compiler adds __static_attributes__ field to classes (#115913)
    
    commit 70969d53a77a8a190c40a30419e772bc874a4f62
    Author: Antonio <57417288+amaddio@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 15:10:29 2024 +0100
    
        gh-97901 add missing text/rtf to mimetypes (GH-97902)
    
        Co-authored-by: Noam Cohen <noam@noam.me>
    
    commit 4ec347760f98b156c6a2d42ca397af6b0b6ecc50
    Author: AN Long <aisk@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 22:09:57 2024 +0800
    
        gh-115538: Use isolate mode when running venv test_multiprocessing_recursion() (#117116)
    
        Co-authored-by: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    
    commit 743f2c68f478279e1e56577fe95a0ed112b9abc5
    Author: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 16:09:09 2024 +0200
    
        pre-commit: add `check-case-conflict` and `check-merge-conflict` (#117259)
    
    commit 4abca7e1e7e2764faf20c7e677ea5c9ea9dbffe2
    Author: Paulo Neves <ptsneves@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 13:37:50 2024 +0100
    
        gh-98966: Handle stdout=subprocess.STDOUT (GH-98967)
    
        Explicitly handle the case where stdout=STDOUT
        as otherwise the existing error handling gets
        confused and reports hard to understand errors.
    
        Signed-off-by: Paulo Neves <ptsneves@gmail.com>
    
    commit 9654daf793b534b44a831c80f43505ab9e380f1f
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 13:26:45 2024 +0200
    
        gh-66543: Fix mimetype.guess_type() (GH-117217)
    
        Fix parsing of the following corner cases:
    
        * URLs with only a host name
        * URLs containing a fragment
        * URLs containing a query
        * filenames with only a UNC sharepoint on Windows
    
        Co-authored-by: Dong-hee Na <donghee.na92@gmail.com>
    
    commit 8bef34f625e21886b1c64544c060e19ee2e229bf
    Author: Mark Shannon <mark@hotpy.org>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 11:11:42 2024 +0000
    
        GH-117108: Set the "old space bit" to "visited" for all young objects  (#117213)
    
        Change old space bit of young objects from 0 to gcstate->visited_space.
        This ensures that any object created *and* collected during cycle GC has the bit set correctly.
    
    commit bf82f77957a31c3731b4ec470c406f5708ca9ba3
    Author: Mark Shannon <mark@hotpy.org>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 09:35:11 2024 +0000
    
        GH-116422: Tier2 hot/cold splitting (GH-116813)
    
        Splits the "cold" path, deopts and exits, from the "hot" path, reducing the size of most jitted instructions, at the cost of slower exits.
    
    commit 61599a48f52e951d8813877ee311d2a830ba2cd8
    Author: Pablo Galindo Salgado <Pablogsal@gmail.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 09:30:46 2024 +0000
    
        bpo-24612: Improve syntax error for 'not' after an operator (GH-28170)
    
        Co-authored-by: Lysandros Nikolaou <lisandrosnik@gmail.com>
    
    commit 771902c257372e6c4df1ead4e8c46308561db7a7
    Author: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 11:13:32 2024 +0200
    
        gh-83845: Add tests for operator module (#115883)
    
        Co-authored-by: Karthikeyan Singaravelan <tir.karthi@gmail.com>
    
    commit ea9a296fce2f786b4cf43c7924e5de01061f27ca
    Author: yevgeny hong <hongyevgeny@gmail.com>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 16:45:43 2024 +0900
    
        gh-115627: Fix PySSL_SetError handling SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL (GH-115628)
    
        Python 3.10 changed from using SSL_write() and SSL_read() to SSL_write_ex() and
        SSL_read_ex(), but did not update handling of the return value.
    
        Change error handling so that the return value is not examined.
        OSError (not EOF) is now returned when retval is 0.
    
        According to *recent* man pages of all functions for which we call
        PySSL_SetError, (in OpenSSL 3.0 and 1.1.1), their return value should
        be used to determine whether an error happened (i.e. if PySSL_SetError
        should be called), but not what kind of error happened (so,
        PySSL_SetError shouldn't need retval). To get the error,
        we need to use SSL_get_error.
    
        Co-authored-by: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
        Co-authored-by: Petr Viktorin <encukou@gmail.com>
    
    commit d52bdfb19fadd7614a0e5abaf68525fc7300e841
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 08:35:59 2024 +0100
    
        gh-83434: Disable XML in regrtest when -R option is used (#117232)
    
    commit 9f74e86c78853c101a23e938f8e32ea838d8f62e
    Author: Sebastian Pipping <sebastian@pipping.org>
    Date:   Tue Mar 26 02:48:27 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117187: Fix XML tests for vanilla Expat <2.6.0 (GH-117203)
    
        This fixes XML unittest fallout from the https://github.com/python/cpython/issues/115398 security fix.  When configured using `--with-system-expat` on systems with older pre 2.6.0 versions of libexpat, our unittests were failing.
    
        * sax|etree: Simplify Expat version guard where simplifiable
    
        Idea by Matěj Cepl
    
        * sax|etree: Fix reparse deferral tests for vanilla Expat <2.6.0
    
        This *does not fix* the case of distros with an older version of libexpat with the 2.6.0 feature backported as a security fix.  (Ubuntu is a known example of this with its libexpat1 2.5.0-2ubunutu0.1 package)
    
    commit 872e212378ef86392069034afd80bb53896fd93d
    Author: Jonathan Protzenko <protz@microsoft.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 17:35:26 2024 -0700
    
        gh-99108: Refresh HACL*; update modules accordingly; fix namespacing (GH-117237)
    
        Pulls in a new update from https://github.com/hacl-star/hacl-star and fixes our C "namespacing" done by `Modules/_hacl/refresh.sh`.
    
    commit 8945b7ff55b87d11c747af2dad0e3e4d631e62d6
    Author: Eric V. Smith <ericvsmith@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 19:59:14 2024 -0400
    
        gh-109870: Dataclasses: batch up exec calls (gh-110851)
    
        Instead of calling `exec()` once for each function added to a dataclass, only call `exec()` once per dataclass. This can lead to speed improvements of up to 20%.
    
    commit 7ebad77ad65ab4d5d8d0c333256a882262cec189
    Author: Raymond Hettinger <rhettinger@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 18:49:44 2024 -0500
    
        Sync main docs and docstring for median_grouped(). (gh-117214)
    
    commit 0821923aa979a72464c5da8dfa53a719bba5801c
    Author: Nice Zombies <nineteendo19d0@gmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 23:55:11 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117114: Make os.path.isdevdrive available on all platforms (GH-117115)
    
    commit c2276176d543a2fc2d57709c2787f99850fbb073
    Author: Adorilson Bezerra <adorilson@gmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 22:34:20 2024 +0000
    
        Add information about negative  indexes to sequence datamodel doc (#110903)
    
        Co-authored by Terry Jan Reedy
    
    commit 23e4f80ce2a2bac50acd1785e791316d5b578b8d
    Author: Mark Shannon <mark@hotpy.org>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 20:43:51 2024 +0000
    
        A few minor tweaks to get stats working and compiling cleanly. (#117219)
    
        Fixes a compilation error when configured with `--enable-pystats`,
        an array size issue, and an unused variable.
    
    commit 507896d97dcff2d7999efa264b29d9003c525c49
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 17:32:20 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116936: Add PyType_GetModuleByDef() to the limited C API (#116937)
    
    commit 0c1a42cf9c8cd0d4534d5c1d58f118ce7c5c446e
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 17:32:11 2024 +0200
    
        gh-87193: Support bytes objects with refcount > 1 in _PyBytes_Resize() (GH-117160)
    
        Create a new bytes object and destroy the old one if it has refcount > 1.
    
    commit 01e7405da400e8997f8964d06cc414045e144681
    Author: Tian Gao <gaogaotiantian@hotmail.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 08:18:09 2024 -0700
    
        gh-112948: Make pdb completion similar to repl completion (#112950)
    
    commit 9db2a8f914ad59019d448cecc43b6d45f46424a0
    Author: Raymond Hettinger <rhettinger@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Mon Mar 25 09:26:42 2024 -0500
    
        Minor markup and grammar fixes in the statistics docs (gh-117216)
    
    commit eebea7e515462b503632ada74923ec3246599c9c
    Author: Kirill Podoprigora <kirill.bast9@mail.ru>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 20:34:55 2024 +0200
    
        gh-117176: Fix compiler warning in Python/optimizer_bytecodes.c (GH-117199)
    
    commit 83485a095363dad6c97b19af2826ca0c34343bfc
    Author: Totally a booplicate <53382877+Booplicate@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 18:48:40 2024 +0300
    
        gh-112571: Move fish venv activation script into the common folder (GH-117169)
    
        pythongh-112571: allow using fish venv activation script on windows
    
        The fish shell can be used on windows under cygwin or msys2.
        This change moves the script to the common folder
        so the venv module will install it on both posix and nt systems (like the bash script).
    
    commit 78a651fd7fbe7a3d1702e40f4cbfa72d87241ef0
    Author: Terry Jan Reedy <tjreedy@udel.edu>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 11:38:34 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117194: Properly format 'base64' header in What's New (#117198)
    
        It needs 6, not 3, '-'s.
    
    commit f267d5bf2a99fbeb26a720d1c87c1f0557424b14
    Author: Kerim Kabirov <the.privat33r+gh@pm.me>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 14:59:14 2024 +0100
    
        GH-115986 Docs: promote pprint.pp usage as a default (#116614)
    
        Co-authored-by: Hugo van Kemenade <1324225+hugovk@users.noreply.github.com>
    
    commit 39df7732178c8e8f75b12f069a3dbc1715c99995
    Author: LilKS <1244886+LilKS@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 11:01:07 2024 +0100
    
        gh-101760: Improve the imaplib.IMAP4 example (#101764)
    
        Co-authored-by: Adam Turner <9087854+AA-Turner@users.noreply.github.com>
    
    commit a1e948edba9ec6ba61365429857f7a087c5edf51
    Author: Raymond Hettinger <rhettinger@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 11:35:58 2024 +0200
    
        Add cumulative option for the new statistics.kde() function. (#117033)
    
    commit d610d821fd210dce63a1132c274ffdf8acc510bc
    Author: Irit Katriel <1055913+iritkatriel@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Sat Mar 23 22:32:33 2024 +0000
    
        gh-112383: teach dis how to interpret ENTER_EXECUTOR (#117171)
    
    commit 6c83352bfe78a7d567c8d76257df6eb91d5a7245
    Author: Ken Jin <kenjin@python.org>
    Date:   Sun Mar 24 06:19:17 2024 +0800
    
        gh-117180: Complete call sequence when trace stack overflow (GH-117184)
    
        ---------
    
        Co-authored-by: Peter Lazorchak <lazorchakp@gmail.com>
        Co-authored-by: Guido van Rossum <gvanrossum@users.noreply.github.com>
        Co-authored-by: Guido van Rossum <gvanrossum@gmail.com>
    
    commit f11d0d8be8af28e1368c3c7c116218cf65ddf93e
    Author: Erik Soma <stillusingirc@gmail.com>
    Date:   Sat Mar 23 11:39:35 2024 -0400
    
        gh-91227: Ignore ERROR_PORT_UNREACHABLE in proactor recvfrom() (#32011)
    
    commit 9967b568edd2e35b0415c14c7242f3ca2c0dc03d
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Sat Mar 23 13:01:20 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117008: Fix functools test_recursive_pickle() (#117009)
    
        Use support.infinite_recursion() in test_recursive_pickle() of
        test_functools to prevent a stack overflow on "ARM64 Windows
        Non-Debug" buildbot.
    
        Lower Py_C_RECURSION_LIMIT to 1,000 frames on Windows ARM64.
    
    commit 72eea512b88f8fd68b7258242c37da963ad87360
    Author: Barney Gale <barney.gale@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 19:14:09 2024 +0000
    
        GH-106747: Document another difference between `glob` and `pathlib`. (#116518)
    
        Document that `path.glob()` might return *path*, whereas
        `glob.glob(root_dir=path)` will never return an empty string corresponding
        to *path*.
    
    commit e28477f214276db941e715eebc8cdfb96c1207d9
    Author: Mark Shannon <mark@hotpy.org>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 18:43:25 2024 +0000
    
        GH-117108: Change the size of the GC increment to about 1% of the total heap size. (GH-117120)
    
    commit e2e0b4b4b92694ba894e02b4a66fd87c166ed10f
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 20:19:10 2024 +0200
    
        gh-113024: C API: Add PyObject_GenericHash() function (GH-113025)
    
    commit 567ab3bd15398c8c7b791f3e376ae3e3c0bbe079
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 20:08:00 2024 +0200
    
        gh-117084: Fix ZIP file extraction for directory entry names with backslashes on Windows (GH-117129)
    
    commit 5a78f6e798d5c2af1dba2df6c9f1f1e5aac02a86
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 20:03:48 2024 +0200
    
        gh-117134: Microoptimize glob() for include_hidden=True (GH-117135)
    
    commit 00baaa21de229a6db80ff2b84c2fd6ad1999a24c
    Author: Vinay Sajip <vinay_sajip@yahoo.co.uk>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 17:25:51 2024 +0000
    
        [docs] Fix typo in docstring and add example to logging cookbook. (GH-117157)
    
    commit 40d75c2b7f5c67e254d0a025e0f2e2c7ada7f69f
    Author: Jakub Stasiak <jakub@stasiak.at>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 17:49:56 2024 +0100
    
        GH-113171: Fix "private" (non-global) IP address ranges (GH-113179)
    
        * GH-113171: Fix "private" (really non-global) IP address ranges
    
        The _private_networks variables, used by various is_private
        implementations, were missing some ranges and at the same time had
        overly strict ranges (where there are more specific ranges considered
        globally reachable by the IANA registries).
    
        This patch updates the ranges with what was missing or otherwise
        incorrect.
    
        I left 100.64.0.0/10 alone, for now, as it's been made special in [1]
        and I'm not sure if we want to undo that as I don't quite understand the
        motivation behind it.
    
        The _address_exclude_many() call returns 8 networks for IPv4, 121
        networks for IPv6.
    
        [1] https://github.com/python/cpython/issues/61602
    
    commit 3be9b9d8722696b95555937bb211dc4cda714d56
    Author: Steve Dower <steve.dower@python.org>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 15:00:50 2024 +0000
    
        Fix get_packagefamilyname helper function on Windows 32-bit (GH-117153)
    
    commit 63d6f2623ef2aa90f51c6a928b96845b9b380d89
    Author: NGRsoftlab <78017794+NGRsoftlab@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 14:25:38 2024 +0300
    
        gh-117068: Remove useless code in bytesio.c:resize_buffer() (GH-117069)
    
        Co-authored-by: i.khabibulin <i.khabibulin@ngrsoftlab.ru>
    
    commit 42ae924d278c48a719fb0ab86357f3235a9f7ab9
    Author: Petr Viktorin <encukou@gmail.com>
    Date:   Fri Mar 22 10:42:18 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117127: glob tests: Reopen dir_fd to pick up directory changes (GH-117128)
    
    commit 8383915031942f441f435a5ae800790116047b80
    Author: Tim Peters <tim.peters@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 22:27:25 2024 -0500
    
        GH-116939: Rewrite binarysort() (#116940)
    
        Rewrote binarysort() for clarity.
    
        Also changed the signature to be more coherent (it was mixing sortslice with raw pointers).
    
        No change in method or functionality. However, I left some experiments in, disabled for now
        via `#if` tricks. Since this code was first written, some kinds of comparisons have gotten
        enormously faster (like for lists of floats), which changes the tradeoffs.
    
        For example, plain insertion sort's simpler innermost loop and highly predictable branches
        leave it very competitive (even beating, by a bit) binary insertion when comparisons are
        very cheap, despite that it can do many more compares. And it wins big on runs that
        are already sorted (moving the next one in takes only 1 compare then).
    
        So I left code for a plain insertion sort, to make future experimenting easier.
    
        Also made the maximum value of minrun a `#define` (``MAX_MINRUN`) to make
        experimenting with that easier too.
    
        And another bit of `#if``-disabled code rewrites binary insertion's innermost loop to
        remove its unpredictable branch. Surprisingly, this doesn't really seem to help
        overall. I'm unclear on why not. It certainly adds more instructions, but they're very
        simple, and it's hard to be believe they cost as much as a branch miss.
    
    commit 97ba910e47ad298114800587979ce7beb0a705a3
    Author: Guido van Rossum <guido@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 18:27:48 2024 -0700
    
        gh-108716:: Remove _PyStaticCode_Init/Fini (#117141)
    
        More deepfreeze cleanup.
    
    commit b3d25df8d38b79310587da54dbd88b06a16d4904
    Author: Eric Snow <ericsnowcurrently@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 18:20:20 2024 -0600
    
        gh-105716: Fix _PyInterpreterState_IsRunningMain() For Embedders (gh-117140)
    
        When I added _PyInterpreterState_IsRunningMain() and friends last year, I tried to accommodate applications that embed Python but don't call _PyInterpreterState_SetRunningMain() (not that they're expected to).  That mostly worked fine until my recent changes in gh-117049, where the subtleties with the fallback code led to failures; the change ended up breaking test_tools.test_freeze, which exercises a basic embedding situation.
    
        The simplest fix is to drop the fallback code I originally added to _PyInterpreterState_IsRunningMain() (and later to _PyThreadState_IsRunningMain()).  I've kept the fallback in the _xxsubinterpreters module though.  I've also updated Py_FrozenMain() to call _PyInterpreterState_SetRunningMain().
    
    commit c4bf58a14f162557038a1535ca22c52b49d81d7b
    Author: Thomas A Caswell <tcaswell@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 19:54:50 2024 -0400
    
        gh-116745: Remove all internal usage of @LIBPYTHON@ (#116746)
    
        Replace with MODULE_LDFLAGS.
    
    commit 3ec57307e70ee6f42410e844d3399bbd598917ba
    Author: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 23:52:29 2024 +0000
    
        gh-71052: Add Android build script and instructions (#116426)
    
    commit 50f9b0b1e0fb181875751cef951351ed007b6397
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 23:17:09 2024 +0100
    
        gh-117061: Fix test_posix.test_sched_setaffinity() on RHEL9 (#117126)
    
        On RHEL9, sched_setaffinity(0, []) does not fail.
    
    commit 0907871d43bffb613cbd560224e1a9db13d06c06
    Author: Ned Batchelder <ned@nedbatchelder.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 15:47:09 2024 -0400
    
        docs: fix over-linking in dataclasses.rst (#117005)
    
    commit 570a82d46abfebb9976961113fb0f8bb400ad182
    Author: Guido van Rossum <guido@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 12:37:41 2024 -0700
    
        gh-117045: Add code object to function version cache (#117028)
    
        Changes to the function version cache:
    
        - In addition to the function object, also store the code object,
          and allow the latter to be retrieved even if the function has been evicted.
        - Stop assigning new function versions after a critical attribute (e.g. `__code__`)
          has been modified; the version is permanently reset to zero in this case.
        - Changes to `__annotations__` are no longer considered critical. (This fixes gh-109998.)
    
        Changes to the Tier 2 optimization machinery:
    
        - If we cannot map a function version to a function, but it is still mapped to a code object,
          we continue projecting the trace.
          The operand of the `_PUSH_FRAME` and `_POP_FRAME` opcodes can be either NULL,
          a function object, or a code object with the lowest bit set.
    
        This allows us to trace through code that calls an ephemeral function,
        i.e., a function that may not be alive when we are constructing the executor,
        e.g. a generator expression or certain nested functions.
        We will lose globals removal inside such functions,
        but we can still do other peephole operations
        (and even possibly [call inlining](https://github.com/python/cpython/pull/116290),
        if we decide to do it), which only need the code object.
        As before, if we cannot retrieve the code object from the cache, we stop projecting.
    
    commit c85d84166a84a5cb2d724012726bad34229ad24e
    Author: Will Childs-Klein <willck93@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 14:16:36 2024 -0500
    
        gh-116333: Relax error string text expectations in SSL-related tests (GH-116334)
    
        * Relax error string text expectations in SSL-related tests
    
        As suggested [here][1], this change relaxes the OpenSSL error string
        text expectations in a number of tests. This was specifically done in
        support of more easily building CPython [AWS-LC][2], but because AWS-LC
        is a fork of [BoringSSL][3], it should increase compatibility with that
        library as well.
    
        In addition to the error string relaxations, we also add some guards
        around the `tls-unique` channel binding being used with TLSv1.3, as that
        feature (described in [RFC 6929][4]) is [not defined][5] for TLSv1.3.
    
        [1]: https://discuss.python.org/t/support-building-ssl-and-hashlib-modules-against-aws-lc/44505/4
        [2]: https://github.com/aws/aws-lc
        [3]: https://github.com/google/boringssl
        [4]: https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc5929#section-3
        [5]: https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc8446#appendix-C.5
    
    commit 1f72fb5447ef3f8892b4a7a6213522579c618e8e
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 14:21:02 2024 -0400
    
        gh-116522: Refactor `_PyThreadState_DeleteExcept` (#117131)
    
        Split `_PyThreadState_DeleteExcept` into two functions:
    
        - `_PyThreadState_RemoveExcept` removes all thread states other than one
          passed as an argument. It returns the removed thread states as a
          linked list.
    
        - `_PyThreadState_DeleteList` deletes those dead thread states. It may
          call destructors, so we want to "start the world" before calling
          `_PyThreadState_DeleteList` to avoid potential deadlocks.
    
    commit 50369e6c34d05222e5a0ec9443a9f7b230e83112
    Author: Michael Droettboom <mdboom@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 13:27:46 2024 -0400
    
        gh-116996: Add pystats about _Py_uop_analyse_and_optimize (GH-116997)
    
    commit 617158e07811edfd6fd552a3d84b0beedd8f1d18
    Author: Eric Snow <ericsnowcurrently@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 11:15:02 2024 -0600
    
        gh-76785: Drop PyInterpreterID_Type (gh-117101)
    
        I added it quite a while ago as a strategy for managing interpreter lifetimes relative to the PEP 554 (now 734) implementation.  Relatively recently I refactored that implementation to no longer rely on InterpreterID objects.  Thus now I'm removing it.
    
    commit abdd1f938f08e536864532b2071f144515ecc88b
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 17:45:43 2024 +0100
    
        gh-85283: Build _testconsole extension with limited C API (#117125)
    
    commit 8bea6c411d65cd987616b4ecdb86373e4f21f1c6
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 17:07:00 2024 +0100
    
        gh-115754: Add Py_GetConstant() function (#116883)
    
        Add Py_GetConstant() and Py_GetConstantBorrowed() functions.
    
        In the limited C API version 3.13, getting Py_None, Py_False,
        Py_True, Py_Ellipsis and Py_NotImplemented singletons is now
        implemented as function calls at the stable ABI level to hide
        implementation details. Getting these constants still return borrowed
        references.
    
        Add _testlimitedcapi/object.c and test_capi/test_object.py to test
        Py_GetConstant() and Py_GetConstantBorrowed() functions.
    
    commit 5a76d1be8ef371b75ca65166726923c249b5f615
    Author: Eric Snow <ericsnowcurrently@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 10:06:35 2024 -0600
    
        gh-105716: Update interp->threads.main After Fork (gh-117049)
    
        I missed this in gh-109921.
    
        We also update Py_Exit() to call _PyInterpreterState_SetNotRunningMain(), if necessary.
    
    commit bbee57fa8c318cb26d6c8651254927a1972c9738
    Author: Eric Snow <ericsnowcurrently@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 09:56:12 2024 -0600
    
        gh-76785: Clean Up Interpreter ID Conversions (gh-117048)
    
        Mostly we unify the two different implementations of the conversion code (from PyObject * to int64_t.  We also drop the PyArg_ParseTuple()-style converter function, as well as rename and move PyInterpreterID_LookUp().
    
    commit e728303532168efab7694c55c82ea19b18bf8385
    Author: Sam Gross <colesbury@gmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 10:01:16 2024 -0400
    
        gh-116522: Stop the world before fork() and during shutdown (#116607)
    
        This changes the free-threaded build to perform a stop-the-world pause
        before deleting other thread states when forking and during shutdown.
        This fixes some crashes when using multiprocessing and during shutdown
        when running with `PYTHON_GIL=0`.
    
        This also changes `PyOS_BeforeFork` to acquire the runtime lock
        (i.e., `HEAD_LOCK(&_PyRuntime)`) before forking to ensure that data
        protected by the runtime lock (and not just the GIL or stop-the-world)
        is in a consistent state before forking.
    
    commit 1f8b24ef69896680d6ba6005e75e1cc79a744f9e
    Author: Malcolm Smith <smith@chaquo.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 13:20:57 2024 +0000
    
        gh-71052: Implement `ctypes.util.find_library` on Android (GH-116379)
    
    commit d16c9d1278164f04778861814ebc87ed087511fc
    Author: Tian Gao <gaogaotiantian@hotmail.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 03:30:10 2024 -0700
    
        gh-116987: Support class code objects in inspect.findsource() (GH-117025)
    
    commit 6547330f4e896c6748da23704b617e060e6cc68e
    Author: Adam Turner <9087854+AA-Turner@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 03:49:10 2024 +0000
    
        GH-109653: Defer import of ``importlib.metadata._adapters`` (#109829)
    
        * adapters
    
        * Add comments for deferred imports with links to rationale.
    
        * Add blurb
    
        ---------
    
        Co-authored-by: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    
    commit 667294d5b2ee812ebe0c9c1efd58e2006b61f827
    Author: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 23:01:24 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117089: Apply changes from importlib_metadata 7.1.0 (#117094)
    
        * Apply changes from importlib_metadata 7.1.0
    
        * Include the data sources in the makefile (even though they're not needed)
    
    commit f4cc77d494ee0e10ed84ce369f0910c70a2f6d44
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Thu Mar 21 00:06:24 2024 +0100
    
        gh-116869: Enable -Werror in test_cext for Free Threading (#117106)
    
        Check for warnings, but don't enable the compiler flag
        -Werror=declaration-after-statement.
    
    commit 104602a6078564765b7b8f42888f8eaa37b129b1
    Author: Victor Stinner <vstinner@python.org>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 23:52:23 2024 +0100
    
        gh-105927: Limit PyWeakref_GetRef() to limited C API 3.13 (#117091)
    
    commit 8ad88984200b2ccddc0a08229dd2f4c14d1a71fc
    Author: Jason R. Coombs <jaraco@jaraco.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 17:11:00 2024 -0400
    
        gh-117089: Move importlib.metadata tests to their own package (#117092)
    
        * Ensure importlib.metadata tests do not leak references in sys.modules.
    
        * Move importlib.metadata tests to their own package for easier syncing with importlib_metadata.
    
        * Update owners and makefile for new directories.
    
        * Add blurb
    
    commit 7d446548ef53f6c3de1097c6d44cada6642ddc85
    Author: Carol Willing <carolcode@willingconsulting.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 14:00:59 2024 -0700
    
        Fix sort order for "locale encoding" glossary item (#115794)
    
        Co-authored-by: C.A.M. Gerlach <CAM.Gerlach@Gerlach.CAM>
    
    commit 63289b9dfbc7d87e81f1517422ee91b6b6d19531
    Author: Mark Shannon <mark@hotpy.org>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 18:24:02 2024 +0000
    
        GH-117066: Tier 2 optimizer: Don't throw away good traces if we can't optimize them perfectly. (GH-117067)
    
    commit dcaf33a41d5d220523d71c9b35bc08f5b8405dac
    Author: Petr Viktorin <encukou@gmail.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 17:33:08 2024 +0100
    
        gh-114314: ctypes: remove stgdict and switch to heap types (GH-116458)
    
        Before this change, ctypes classes used a custom dict subclass, `StgDict`,
        as their `tp_dict`. This acts like a regular dict but also includes extra information
        about the type.
    
        This replaces stgdict by `StgInfo`, a C struct on the type, accessed by
        `PyObject_GetTypeData()` (PEP-697).
        All usage of `StgDict` (mainly variables named `stgdict`, `dict`, `edict` etc.) is
        converted to `StgInfo` (named `stginfo`, `info`, `einfo`, etc.).
        Where the dict is actually used for class attributes (as a regular PyDict), it's now
        called `attrdict`.
    
        This change -- not overriding `tp_dict` -- is made to make me comfortable with
        the next part of this PR: moving the initialization logic from `tp_new` to `tp_init`.
    
        The `StgInfo` is set up in `__init__` of each class, with a guard that prevents
        calling `__init__` more than once. Note that abstract classes (like `Array` or
        `Structure`) are created using `PyType_FromMetaclass` and do not have
        `__init__` called.
        Previously, this was done in `__new__`, which also wasn't called for abstract
        classes.
        Since `__init__` can be called from Python code or skipped, there is a tested
        guard to ensure `StgInfo` is initialized exactly once before it's used.
    
        Co-authored-by: neonene <53406459+neonene@users.noreply.github.com>
        Co-authored-by: Erlend E. Aasland <erlend.aasland@protonmail.com>
    
    commit 44fbab43d8f3f2df07091d237824cf4fa1f6c57c
    Author: Russell Keith-Magee <russell@keith-magee.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 23:32:56 2024 +0800
    
        gh-117058: Update GUI and packaging recommendations for macOS. (#117059)
    
    commit 9221ef2d8cb7f4cf37592eb650d4c8f972033000
    Author: Brett Simmers <swtaarrs@users.noreply.github.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 08:18:26 2024 -0700
    
        gh-116908: Only write to `_pending_calls.calls_to_do` with atomic operations (#117044)
    
        These writes to `pending->calls_to_do` need to be atomic, because other threads
        can read (atomically) from `calls_to_do` without holding `pending->mutex`.
    
    commit fc4599800778f9b130d5e336deadbdeb5bd3e5ee
    Author: jkriegshauser <jkriegshauser@gmail.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 07:33:28 2024 -0700
    
        gh-116773: Ensure overlapped objects on Windows are not deallocated too early by asyncio (GH-116774)
    
    commit 519b2ae22b54760475bbf62b9558d453c703f9c6
    Author: Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka@gmail.com>
    Date:   Wed Mar 20 15:39:53 2024 +0200
    
        gh-117021: Fix integer overflow in PyLong_AsPid() on non-Windows 64-bit platforms (GH-117064)
    diegorusso pushed a commit to diegorusso/cpython that referenced this issue Apr 17, 2024
    Fix parsing of the following corner cases:
    
    * URLs with only a host name
    * URLs containing a fragment
    * URLs containing a query
    * filenames with only a UNC sharepoint on Windows
    
    Co-authored-by: Dong-hee Na <donghee.na92@gmail.com>
    SonicField pushed a commit to SonicField/cpython that referenced this issue May 8, 2024
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