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assignee = None
closed_at = <Date 2018-07-08.07:09:57.643>
created_at = <Date 2018-07-04.10:04:14.357>
labels = ['extension-modules', 'type-feature', '3.8']
title = 'add *deterministic* parameter to sqlite3.Connection.create_function()'
updated_at = <Date 2018-10-04.21:05:46.346>
user = 'https://github.com/sir-sigurd'
activity = <Date 2018-10-04.21:05:46.346>
actor = 'hydroflask'
assignee = 'none'
closed = True
closed_date = <Date 2018-07-08.07:09:57.643>
closer = 'berker.peksag'
components = ['Extension Modules']
creation = <Date 2018-07-04.10:04:14.357>
creator = 'sir-sigurd'
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hgrepos = 
issue_num = 34041
keywords = ['patch']
message_count = 3.0
messages = ['321027', '321263', '327086']
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nosy_names = ['berker.peksag', 'hydroflask', 'sir-sigurd']
pr_nums = ['8086']
priority = 'normal'
resolution = 'fixed'
stage = 'resolved'
status = 'closed'
superseder = None
type = 'enhancement'
url = 'https://bugs.python.org/issue34041'
versions = ['Python 3.8']
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SQLiter 3.8.3 and higher allows to mark created functions as deterministic to allow additional optimizations. There isn't currently a way to it from Python.
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New changeset 0830858 by Berker Peksag (Sergey Fedoseev) in branch 'master':
bpo-34041: Allow creating deterministic functions in Connection.create_function() (GH-8086)
Any possible way we can backport these changes to Python 3.5+? 3.8 is a ways away.
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