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Out-of-tree builds are not tested. #89858

ericsnowcurrently opened this issue Nov 2, 2021 · 10 comments · Fixed by #93465

Out-of-tree builds are not tested. #89858

ericsnowcurrently opened this issue Nov 2, 2021 · 10 comments · Fixed by #93465
3.10 only security fixes 3.11 only security fixes 3.12 bugs and security fixes build The build process and cross-build


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BPO 45695
Nosy @gvanrossum, @gpshead, @tiran, @ericsnowcurrently, @zooba, @erlend-aasland
  • bpo-45695: Test out-of-tree builds on GHA (GH-29904) #29904
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    Currently we don't test builds done outside the source tree, neither on GitHub nor the buildbots. [1] As a result, such builds get broken occasionally. I've certainly broken then a couple times, inadvertently. It would be helpful if we tested out-of-tree builds on GitHub, or at least on a stable buildbot.

    FTR, to do an out-of-tree build locally and test it:

    mkdir ../build
    cd ../build
    ./python -m test

    [1] Actually I recently added test.test_tools.test_freeze.TestFreeze.test_freeze_simple_script which happens to do an out-of-tree build incidentally. However, we should be testing out-of-tree builds explicitly.

    @ericsnowcurrently ericsnowcurrently added 3.10 only security fixes 3.11 only security fixes build The build process and cross-build labels Nov 2, 2021
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    zooba commented Nov 3, 2021

    FTR, I used to run all Windows builds out of tree on Azure Pipelines, but too many tests broke so I reverted it:

    # Relocate build outputs outside of source directory to make cleaning faster
    Write-Host '##vso[task.setvariable variable=Py_IntDir]$(Build.BinariesDirectory)\obj'
    # UNDONE: Do not build to a different directory because of broken tests
    Write-Host '##vso[task.setvariable variable=Py_OutDir]$(Build.SourcesDirectory)\PCbuild'

    Setting $env:Py_OutDir before building is the easiest way to change it. You can also pass "/p:Py_OutDir=<path>" to build.bat, but you'll run into quoting issues almost immediately.

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    gpshead commented Nov 3, 2021

    I always do out of tree builds _(I find people who build anything in tree to be very weird - it makes a mess)_.

    I intend to look into making sure a Linux buildbot runs this way but don't let that stop anyone else from doing so.

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    tiran commented Dec 3, 2021

    Good news: I got a test case for OOT build with read-only sources

    Bad news: 15 test cases are failing and testing takes much longer because pyc files are missing.

    15 re-run tests:
    test__xxsubinterpreters test_ast test_bdb test_capi test_doctest
    test_import test_importlib test_interpreters test_pickle
    test_pydoc test_runpy test_support test_threading test_trace

    We have to live with read-only OOT builds and writable tests for now.

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    gpshead commented Dec 3, 2021

    Nice trick with that RO bind mount. tests... yes we do have some writable source tree messes in there to be dealt with.

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    FWIW, it is also impossible to build the docs OOT without cluttering the source tree.

        $ cd ../build
        $ make -C ../cpython.git/Doc venv
        $ make -C ../cpython.git/Doc html  # <= modifies Doc/build in the source tree

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    tiran commented Dec 4, 2021

    New changeset cee07b1 by Christian Heimes in branch 'main':
    bpo-45695: Test out-of-tree builds on GHA (GH-29904)

    @ezio-melotti ezio-melotti transferred this issue from another repository Apr 10, 2022
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    Test was added in #29904 so closing.

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    neonene commented May 31, 2022

    gh-78436 mentions that test_embed is actually skipped on OOT.

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    Reopening until there is agreement on whether this works as required.

    @gvanrossum gvanrossum reopened this May 31, 2022
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    * Fix missing word in sys.float_info docstring (GH-93489)
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    C++ extensions that pass 0 or NULL to macros using _Py_CAST() to
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    * gh-89973: Fix re.error in the fnmatch module. (GH-93072)
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    * gh-90473: Skip POSIX tests that don't apply to WASI (GH-93536)
    * asyncio.Barrier docs: Fix typo (#93371)
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    * gh-93475: Expose FICLONE and FICLONERANGE constants in fcntl (#93478)
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    * Grammar fix to socket error string (GH-93523)
    * gh-86986: bump min sphinx version to 3.2 (GH-93337)
    * gh-79096: Protect cookie file created by {LWP,Mozilla} (GH-93463)
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    can read and modify it. This improves security, because it reduces the attack
    surface. Now the attacker needs control of the user that created the cookie or
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    * Fix MSVC compiler warnings in ceval.c (#93569)
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    * gh-84461: Emscripten's faccessat() does not accept flags (GHß92353)
    * gh-92592: Allow logging filters to return a LogRecord. (GH-92591)
    * Fix `PurePath.relative_to` links in the pathlib documentation. (GH-93268)
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    * Also remove forgotten note on tp_vectorcall_offset not being finalized
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    * gh-84623: Remove unused imports in stdlib (#93773)
    * gh-91731: Don't define 'static_assert' in C++11 where is a keyword to avoid UB (GH-93700)
    * gh-84623: Remove unused imports in tests (#93772)
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    * gh-84461: Fix parallel testing on WebAssembly (GH-93768)
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    and saves 4-6 lines of code on every use.
    Add also _PyImport_GetModuleAttr() which takes Python strings as arguments.
    * gh-79512: Fixed names and __module__ value of weakref classes (GH-93719)
    Classes ReferenceType, ProxyType and CallableProxyType have now correct
    atrtributes __module__, __name__ and __qualname__.
    It makes them (types, not instances) pickleable.
    * gh-91810: Fix regression with writing an XML declaration with encoding='unicode' (GH-93426)
    Suppress writing an XML declaration in open files in ElementTree.write()
    with encoding='unicode' and xml_declaration=None.
    If file patch is passed to ElementTree.write() with encoding='unicode',
    always open a new file in UTF-8.
    * gh-93761: Fix test to avoid simple delay when synchronizing. (GH-93779)
    * gh-89546: Clean up PyType_FromMetaclass (GH-93686)
    When changing PyType_FromMetaclass recently (GH-93012, GH-93466, GH-28748)
    I found a bunch of opportunities to improve the code. Here they are.
    Fixes: #89546
    Automerge-Triggered-By: GH:encukou
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    Fix the compatibility of the Python C API with C++ older than C++11.
    _Py_NULL is only defined as nullptr on C++11 and newer.
    * GH-93662: Make sure that column offsets are correct in multi-line method calls. (GH-93673)
    * GH-93516: Store offset of first traceable instruction in code object (GH-93769)
    * gh-90473: Include stdlib dir in wasmtime PYTHONPATH (GH-93797)
    * GH-93429: Merge `LOAD_METHOD` back into `LOAD_ATTR` (GH-93430)
    * gh-93353: regrtest checks for leaked temporary files (#93776)
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    and mark a test as "environment changed" if a test leaks a temporary
    file or directory.
    * gh-79579: Improve DML query detection in sqlite3 (#93623)
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    for multiple statements, but now also to strip leading comments and
    whitespace from SQL statements, so we can improve DML query detection.
    pysqlite_check_remaining_sql() is renamed lstrip_sql(), to more
    accurately reflect its function, and hardened to handle more SQL comment
    corner cases.
    * GH-93678: reduce boilerplate and code repetition in the compiler (GH-93682)
    * gh-91877: Fix WriteTransport.get_write_buffer_{limits,size} docs (#92338)
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    - Add docs for WriteTransport.get_write_buffer_size
    * GH-93429: Document `LOAD_METHOD` removal (GH-93803)
    * Include freelists in allocation total. (GH-93799)
    * gh-93795: Use TESTFN/unlink in sqlite3 tests (#93796)
    * Remove LOAD_METHOD stats. (GH-93807)
    * Rename 'LOAD_METHOD' specialization stat consts to 'ATTR'. (GH-93812)
    * gh-93353: Fix regrtest for -jN with N >= 2 (GH-93813)
    * [docs] Fix LOAD_ATTR version changed (GH-93816)
    * gh-93814: Add infinite test for itertools.chain.from_iterable (GH-93815)
    fix #93814
    Automerge-Triggered-By: GH:rhettinger
    * gh-93735: Split Docs CI to speed-up the build (GH-93736)
    * gh-93183: Adjust wording in socket docs (#93832)
    package => packet
    Co-authored-by: Victor Norman
    * gh-93829: In sqlite3, replace Py_BuildValue with faster APIs (#93830)
    - In Modules/_sqlite/connection.c, use PyLong_FromLong
    - In Modules/_sqlite/microprotocols.c, use PyTuple_Pack
    * Add (#93770)
    Add busy_retry() and sleeping_retry() functions to
    * gh-87260: Update sqlite3 signature docs to reflect actual implementation (#93840)
    Align the docs for the following methods with the actual implementation:
    - sqlite3.complete_statement()
    - sqlite3.Connection.create_function()
    - sqlite3.Connection.create_aggregate()
    - sqlite3.Connection.set_progress_handler()
    * test_thread uses support.sleeping_retry() (#93849)
    test_thread.test_count() now fails if it takes longer than
    LONG_TIMEOUT seconds.
    * Use support.sleeping_retry() and support.busy_retry() (#93848)
    * Replace time.sleep(0.010) with sleeping_retry() to
      use an exponential sleep.
    * support.wait_process(): reuse sleeping_retry().
    * _test_eintr: remove unused variables.
    * Update includes in call.c (GH-93786)
    * gh-93857: Fix broken audit-event targets in sqlite3 docs (#93859)
    Corrected targets for the following audit-events:
    - sqlite3.enable_load_extension => sqlite3.Connection.enable_load_extension
    - sqlite3.load_extension => sqlite3.Connection.load_extension
    * GH-93850: Fix test_asyncio exception ignored tracebacks (#93854)
    * gh-93824: Reenable installation of shell extension on Windows ARM64 (GH-93825)
    * test_asyncio: run_until() implements exponential sleep (#93866)
    run_until() of test.test_asyncio.utils now uses an exponential sleep
    delay (max: 1 second), rather than a fixed delay of 1 ms. Similar
    design than support.sleeping_retry() wait strategy that applies
    exponential backoff.
    * test_asyncore: Optimize capture_server() (#93867)
    Remove time.sleep(0.01) in test_asyncore capture_server(). The sleep
    was redundant and inefficient, since the loop starts with which also implements a sleep (poll for socket data
    with a timeout).
    * Tests call sleeping_retry() with SHORT_TIMEOUT (#93870)
    Tests now call busy_retry() and sleeping_retry() with SHORT_TIMEOUT
    or LONG_TIMEOUT (of, rather than hardcoded constants.
    Add also WAIT_ACTIVE_CHILDREN_TIMEOUT constant to
    * gh-84461: Document how to install SDKs manually (GH-93844)
    Co-authored-by: Brett Cannon <>
    * gh-93820: Fix copy() regression in enum.Flag (GH-93876)
    GH-26658 introduced a regression in copy / pickle protocol for combined
    `enum.Flag`s. `copy.copy(re.A | re.I)` would fail with
    `AttributeError: ASCII|IGNORECASE`.
    `enum.Flag` now has a `__reduce_ex__()` method that reduces flags by
    combined value, not by combined name.
    * Call busy_retry() and sleeping_retry() with error=True (#93871)
    Tests no longer call busy_retry() and sleeping_retry() with
    error=False: raise an exception if the loop times out.
    * gh-87347: Add parenthesis around PyXXX_Check() arguments (#92815)
    * gh-91321: Fix test_cppext for C++03 (#93902)
    Don't build _testcppext.cpp with -Wzero-as-null-pointer-constant when
    testing C++03: only use this compiler flag with C++11.
    * gh-91577: SharedMemory move imports out of methods (#91579)
    SharedMemory.unlink() uses the unregister() function from resource_tracker. Previously it was imported in the method, but this can fail if the method is called during interpreter shutdown, for example when unlink is part of a __del__() method.
    Moving the import to the top of the file, means that the unregister() method is available during interpreter shutdown.
    The register call in SharedMemory.__init__() can also use this imported resource_tracker.
    * gh-92547: Amend What's New (#93872)
    * Fix BINARY_SUBSCR_GETITEM stats (GH-93903)
    * gh-93847: Fix repr of enum of generic aliases (GH-93885)
    * gh-93353: regrtest supports checking tmp files with -j2 (#93909)
    regrtest now also implements checking for leaked temporary files and
    directories when using -jN for N >= 2. Use tempfile.mkdtemp() to
    create the temporary directory. Skip this check on WASI.
    * GH-91389: Fix dis position information for CACHEs (GH-93663)
    * gh-91985: Ensure in-tree builds override platstdlib_dir in every path calculation (GH-93641)
    * GH-83658: make multiprocessing.Pool raise an exception if maxtasksperchild is not None or a positive int (GH-93364)
    Closes #83658.
    * test_logging: Fix BytesWarning in SysLogHandlerTest (GH-93920)
    * gh-91404: Revert "bpo-23689: re module, fix memory leak when a match is terminated by a signal or allocation failure (GH-32283) (#93882)
    Revert "bpo-23689: re module, fix memory leak when a match is terminated by a signal or memory allocation failure (GH-32283)"
    This reverts commit 6e3eee5.
    Manual fixups to increase the MAGIC number and to handle conflicts with
    a couple of changes that landed after that.
    Thanks for reviews by Ma Lin and Serhiy Storchaka.
    * gh-89745: Avoid exact match when comparing program_name in test_embed on Windows (GH-93888)
    * gh-93852: Add (#93914)
    test_asyncio, test_logging, test_socket and test_socketserver now
    create AF_UNIX domains in the current directory to no longer fail
    with OSError("AF_UNIX path too long") if the temporary directory (the
    TMPDIR environment variable) is too long.
    Modify the following tests to use create_unix_domain_name():
    * test_asyncio
    * test_logging
    * test_socket
    * test_socketserver
    test_asyncio.utils: remove unused time import.
    * gh-77782: Py_FdIsInteractive() now uses PyConfig.interactive (#93916)
    * gh-74953: Add _PyTime_FromMicrosecondsClamp() function (#93942)
    * gh-74953: Fix PyThread_acquire_lock_timed() code recomputing the timeout (#93941)
    Set timeout, don't create a local variable with the same name.
    * gh-77782: Deprecate global configuration variable (#93943)
    Deprecate global configuration variable like
    Py_IgnoreEnvironmentFlag: the Py_InitializeFromConfig() API should be
    Fix declaration of Py_GETENV(): use PyAPI_FUNC(), not PyAPI_DATA().
    * gh-93911: Specialize `LOAD_ATTR_PROPERTY` (GH-93912)
    * gh-92888: Fix memoryview bad `__index__` use after free (GH-92946)
    Co-authored-by: chilaxan <>
    Co-authored-by: Serhiy Storchaka <>
    * GH-89858: Fix test_embed for out-of-tree builds (GH-93465)
    * gh-92611: Add details on replacements for cgi utility funcs (GH-92792)
    Per @brettcannon 's [suggestions on the Discourse thread](, discussed in #92611 and as a followup to PR #92612 , this PR add additional specific per-function replacement information for the utility functions in the `cgi` module deprecated by PEP 594 (PEP-594).
    @brettcannon , should this be backported (without the `deprecated-removed` , which I would update it accordingly and re-add in my other PR adding that to the others for 3.11+), or just go in 3.11+?
    * GH-77403: Fix tests which fail when PYTHONUSERBASE is not normalized (GH-93917)
    * gh-91387: Strip trailing slash from tarfile longname directories (GH-32423)
    Co-authored-by: Brett Cannon <>
    * Add jaraco as primary owner of importlib.metadata and importlib.resources. (#93960)
    * Add jaraco as primary owner of importlib.metadata and importlib.resources.
    * Align indentation.
    Co-authored-by: Ezio Melotti <>
    Co-authored-by: Ezio Melotti <>
    * gh-84461: Fix circulare dependency on BUILDPYTHON (GH-93977)
    * gh-89828: Do not relay the __class__ attribute in GenericAlias (#93754)
    list[int].__class__ returned type, and isinstance(list[int], type)
    returned True. It caused numerous problems in code that checks
    isinstance(x, type).
    * gh-84461: Fix pydebug Emscripten browser builds (GH-93982)
    wasm_assets script did not take the ABIFLAG flag of sysconfigdata into
    * gh-93955: Use unbound methods for slot `__getattr__` and `__getattribute__` (GH-93956)
    * gh-91387: Fix tarfile test on WASI (GH-93984)
    WASI's rmdir() syscall does not like the trailing slash.
    * gh-93975: Nicer error reporting in test_venv (GH-93959)
    - gh-93957: Provide nicer error reporting from subprocesses in test_venv.EnsurePipTest.test_with_pip.
    - Update changelog
    This change does three things:
    1. Extract a function for trapping output in subprocesses.
    2. Emit both stdout and stderr when encountering an error.
    3. Apply the change to `ensurepip._uninstall` check.
    * GH-93990: fix refcounting bug in `add_subclass` in `typeobject.c` (GH-93989)
    * What's new in 3.10: fix link to issue (#93968)
    * What's new in 3.10: fix link to issue
    * What's new in 3.10: fix link to GH issue
    Co-authored-by: Ezio Melotti <>
    Co-authored-by: Ezio Melotti <>
    * gh-93761: Fix test_logging test_config_queue_handler() race condition (#93952)
    Fix a race condition in test_config_queue_handler() of test_logging.
    * gh-74953: Reformat PyThread_acquire_lock_timed() (#93947)
    Reformat the pthread implementation of PyThread_acquire_lock_timed()
    using a mutex and a conditioinal variable.
    * Add goto to avoid multiple indentation levels and exit quickly
    * Use "while(1)" and make the control flow more obvious.
    * PEP 7: Add braces around if blocks.
    * gh-93937, C API: Move PyFrame_GetBack() to Python.h (#93938)
    Move the follow functions and type from frameobject.h to pyframe.h,
    so the standard <Python.h> provide frame getter functions:
    * PyFrame_Check()
    * PyFrame_GetBack()
    * PyFrame_GetBuiltins()
    * PyFrame_GetGenerator()
    * PyFrame_GetGlobals()
    * PyFrame_GetLasti()
    * PyFrame_GetLocals()
    * PyFrame_Type
    Remove #include "frameobject.h" from many C files. It's no longer
    * gh-93991: Use boolean instead of 0/1 for condition check (GH-93992)
    # gh-93991: Use boolean instead of 0/1 for condition check
    * gh-84461: Fix Emscripten umask and permission issues (GH-94002)
    - Emscripten's default umask is too strict, see
    - getuid/getgid and geteuid/getegid are stubs that always return 0
      (root). Disable effective uid/gid syscalls and fix tests that use
      chmod() current user.
    - Cannot drop X bit from directory.
    * gh-84461: Skip test_unwritable_directory again on Emscripten (GH-94007)
    GH-93992 removed geteuid() and enabled the test again on Emscripten.
    * gh-93925: Improve clarity of sqlite3 commit/rollback, and close docs (#93926)
    Co-authored-by: CAM Gerlach <CAM.Gerlach@Gerlach.CAM>
    * gh-61162: Clarify sqlite3 connection context manager docs (GH-93890)
    Explicitly note that transactions are only closed if there is an open
    transation at `__exit__`, and that transactions are not implicitly
    opened during `__enter__`.
    Co-authored-by: CAM Gerlach <CAM.Gerlach@Gerlach.CAM>
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    Automerge-Triggered-By: GH:erlend-aasland
    * gh-79009: sqlite3.iterdump now correctly handles tables with autoincrement (#9621)
    Co-authored-by: Erlend E. Aasland <>
    * gh-84461: Silence some compiler warnings on WASM (GH-93978)
    * GH-93897: Store frame size in code object and de-opt if insufficient space on thread frame stack. (GH-93908)
    * GH-93516: Speedup line number checks when tracing. (GH-93763)
    * Use a lookup table to reduce overhead of getting line numbers during tracing.
    * gh-90539: doc: Expand on what should not go into CFLAGS, LDFLAGS (#92754)
    * gh-87347: Add parenthesis around macro arguments (#93915)
    Add unit test on Py_MEMBER_SIZE() and some other macros.
    * gh-93937: PyOS_StdioReadline() uses PyConfig.legacy_windows_stdio (#94024)
    On Windows, PyOS_StdioReadline() now gets
    PyConfig.legacy_windows_stdio from _PyOS_ReadlineTState, rather than
    using the deprecated global Py_LegacyWindowsStdioFlag variable.
    Fix also a compiler warning in Py_SetStandardStreamEncoding().
    * GH-93249: relax overly strict assertion on bounds->ar_start (GH-93961)
    * gh-94021: Address unreachable code warning in specialize code (GH-94022)
    * GH-93678: refactor compiler so that optimizer does not need the assembler and compiler structs (GH-93842)
    * gh-93839: Move Lib/ctypes/test/ to Lib/test/test_ctypes/ (#94041)
    * Move Lib/ctypes/test/ to Lib/test/test_ctypes/
    * Remove Lib/test/
    * Update imports and build system.
    * gh-93839: Move Lib/unttest/test/ to Lib/test/test_unittest/ (#94043)
    * Move Lib/unittest/test/ to Lib/test/test_unittest/
    * Remove Lib/test/
    * Replace unittest.test with test.test_unittest
    * Remove unittest.load_tests()
    * Rewrite unittest and
    * Update build system, CODEOWNERS, and
    * GH-91432: Specialize FOR_ITER (GH-91713)
    * Adds FOR_ITER_LIST and FOR_ITER_RANGE specializations.
    * Adds _PyLong_AssignValue() internal function to avoid temporary boxing of ints.
    * gh-94028: Clear and reset sqlite3 statements properly in cursor iternext (GH-94042)
    * gh-94052: Don't re-run failed tests with --python option (#94054)
    * gh-93839: Use load_package_tests() for testmock (GH-94055)
    Fixes failing tests on WebAssembly platforms.
    Automerge-Triggered-By: GH:tiran
    * gh-54781: Move Lib/lib2to3/tests/ to Lib/test/test_lib2to3/ (#94049)
    * Move Lib/lib2to3/tests/ to Lib/test/test_lib2to3/.
    * Remove Lib/test/
    * Update imports.
    * all_project_files(): use different paths and sort files
      to make the tests more reproducible.
    * Update references to tests.
    * gh-74953: _PyThread_cond_after() uses _PyTime_t (#94056)
    pthread _PyThread_cond_after() implementation now uses the _PyTime_t
    type to handle properly overflow: clamp to the maximum value.
    Remove MICROSECONDS_TO_TIMESPEC() function.
    * GH-93841: Allow stats to be turned on and off, cleared and dumped at runtime. (GH-93843)
    * gh-86986: Drop compatibility support for Sphinx 2 (GH-93737)
    * Revert "bpo-42843: Keep Sphinx 1.8 and Sphinx 2 compatibility (GH-24282)"
    This reverts commit 5c1f15b
    * Revert "bpo-42579: Make workaround for various versions of Sphinx more robust (GH-23662)"
    This reverts commit b63a620.
    * gh-94068: Remove HVSOCKET_CONTAINER_PASSTHRU constant because it has been removed from Windows (GH-94069)
    Fixes #94068
    Automerge-Triggered-By: GH:zware
    * Closes gh-94038: Update Release Schedule in README.rst from PEP 664 to PEP 693 (GH-94046)
    * gh-93851: Fix all broken links in Doc/ (GH-93853)
    * gh-93675: Fix typos in `Doc/` (GH-93676)
    Closes #93675
    * Minor optimization for Fractions.limit_denominator (GH-93730)
    When we construct the upper and lower candidates in limit_denominator,
    the numerator and denominator are already relatively prime (and the
    denominator positive) by construction, so there's no need to go through
    the usual normalisation in the constructor. This saves a couple of
    potentially expensive gcd calls.
    Suggested by Michael Scott Asato Cuthbert in GH-93477.
    * gh-93240: clarify wording in IO tutorial (GH-93276)
    Co-authored-by: Adam Turner <>
    * Tutorial: specify match cases don't fall through (GH-93615)
    * gh-93021: Fix __text_signature__ for __get__ (GH-93023)
    Because of the way wrap_descr_get is written, the second argument
    to __get__ methods implemented through the wrapper is always
    * gh-82927: Update files related to HTML entities. (GH-92504)
    * DOC: correct bytesarray -> bytearray in comments (GH-92410)
    * gh-87389: Fix an open redirection vulnerability in http.server. (#93879)
    Fix an open redirection vulnerability in the `http.server` module when
    an URI path starts with `//` that could produce a 301 Location header
    with a misleading target.  Vulnerability discovered, and logic fix
    proposed, by Hamza Avvan (@hamzaavvan).
    Test and comments authored by Gregory P. Smith [Google].
    * gh-89336: Remove configparser APIs that were deprecated for 3.12 (#92503) Remove configparser 3.12 deprecations.
    Co-authored-by: Hugo van Kemenade <>
    * bpo-30535: [doc] state that sys.meta_path is not empty by default (GH-94098)
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    * gh-88123: Implement new Enum __contains__ (GH-93298)
    Co-authored-by: Ethan Furman <>
    * Stats: Add summary of top instructions for misses and deferred specialization. (GH-94072)
    * gh-74696: Do not change the current working directory in shutil.make_archive() if possible (GH-93160)
    It is no longer changed when create a zip or tar archive.
    It is still changed for custom archivers registered with shutil.register_archive_format()
    if root_dir is not None.
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    * gh-94101 Disallow instantiation of SSLSession objects (GH-94102)
    Fixes #94101
    Automerge-Triggered-By: GH:tiran
    * Fix typo in _io.TextIOWrapper Clinic input (#94037)
    Co-authored-by: Łukasz Langa <>
    * gh-93951: In test_bdb.StateTestCase.test_skip, avoid including auxiliary importers. (GH-93962)
    Co-authored-by: Brett Cannon <>
    * gh-91172: Create a workflow for verifying bundled pip and setuptools (GH-31885)
    Co-authored-by: Hugo van Kemenade <>
    Co-authored-by: Adam Turner <>
    * gh-94114: Remove obsolete reference to mirrors (GH-94115)
    * gh-94114
    * gh-84623: Remove unused imports (#94132)
    * gh-54781: Move Lib/tkinter/test/test_ttk/ to Lib/test/test_ttk/ (#94070)
    * Move Lib/tkinter/test/test_tkinter/ to Lib/test/test_tkinter/.
    * Move Lib/tkinter/test/test_ttk/ to Lib/test/test_ttk/.
    * Add Lib/test/test_ttk/ based on
    * Add Lib/test/test_tkinter/
    * Remove old Lib/test/
    * Remove old Lib/test/
    * Add __main__ sub-modules.
    * Update imports and update references to rename files.
    * gh-84623: Move imports in doctests (#94133)
    Move imports in doctests to prevent false alarms in pyflakes.
    * Add ABI dump Makefile target (#94136)
    * gh-84623: Remove unused imports in idlelib (#94143)
    Remove commented code in
    Co-authored-by: Terry Jan Reedy <>
    * gh-85308: argparse: Use filesystem encoding for arguments file (GH-93277)
    * Closes gh-94152: Update URL (GH-94075)
    The URL is now, which uses HTTPS and avoids a redirect.
    * gh-91456: [Enum] Deprecate default auto() behavior with mixed value types (GH-91457)
    When used with plain Enum, auto() returns the last numeric value assigned, skipping any incompatible member values (such as strings); starting in 3.13 the default auto() for plain Enums will require all the values to be of compatible types, and will return a new value that is 1 higher than any existing value.
    Co-authored-by: Ethan Furman <>
    * gh-84461: Fix test_sqlite for Emscripten/WASI (#94125)
    * gh-86404: [doc] Fix missing backtick and double target name. (#94120)
    * gh-89121: Keep the number of pending SQLite statements to a minimum (#30379)
    Make sure statements that have run to completion or errored are
    reset and cleared off the cursor for all paths in execute() and
    * GH-91742: Fix pdb crash after jump  (GH-94171)
    * [Enum] fix typo (GH-94158)
    * gh-92858: Improve error message for some suites with syntax error before ':' (#92894)
    * gh-93771: Clarify how is run (#94150)
    * gh-91219: Add an index_pages default list and parameter to SimpleHTTPRequestHandler (GH-31985)
    * Add an index_pages default list to SimpleHTTPRequestHandler and an
    optional constructor parameter that allows the default indexes pages
    list to be overridden.  This makes it easy to set a new index page name
    without having to override send_head.
    * [Enum] Remove automatic docstring generation (GH-94188)
    * Add ABI dump script (#94135)
    * Add more tests for throwing into yield from (GH-94097)
    * gh-94169: Remove deprecated io.OpenWrapper (#94170)
    Remove io.OpenWrapper and _pyio.OpenWrapper, deprecated in Python
    3.10: just use :func:`open` instead. The open() ( function
    is a built-in function. Since Python 3.10, is also a
    static method.
    * gh-94199: Remove ssl.RAND_pseudo_bytes() function (#94202)
    Remove the ssl.RAND_pseudo_bytes() function, deprecated in Python
    3.6: use os.urandom() or ssl.RAND_bytes() instead.
    * gh-94196: Remove gzip.GzipFile.filename attribute (#94197)
    gzip: Remove the filename attribute of gzip.GzipFile,
    deprecated since Python 2.6, use the name attribute instead. In write
    mode, the filename attribute added '.gz' file extension if it was not
    * gh-93692: remove "build finished successfully" message from (#93693)
    The message was only emitted when the build succeeded _and_ there were
    missing modules.
    * gh-84461: Fix ctypes and test_ctypes on Emscripten (#94142)
    - c_longlong and c_longdouble need experimental WASM bigint.
    - Skip tests that need threading
    - Define ``CTYPES_MAX_ARGCOUNT`` for Emscripten. libffi-emscripten 2022-06-23 supports up to 1000 args.
    * gh-94205: Ensures all required DLLs are copied on Windows for underpth tests (GH-94206)
    * gh-84461: Build Emscripten with WASM BigInt support (#94219)
    * gh-94172: urllib.request avoids deprecated check_hostname (#94193)
    The urllib.request no longer uses the deprecated check_hostname
    parameter of the http.client module.
    Add private http.client._create_https_context() helper to http.client,
    used by urllib.request.
    Remove the now redundant check on check_hostname and verify_mode in
    http.client: the SSLContext.check_hostname setter already implements
    the check.
    * IDLE: replace if statement with expression (#94228)
    * Docs: Remove `Provides [...]` from `multiprocessing.shared_memory` description (#92761)
    * gh-93382: Sync up `co_code` changes with 3.11 (GH-94227)
    Sync up co_code changes with 3.11 commit 852b4d4.
    * gh-94217: Skip import tests when _testcapi is a builtin (GH-94218)
    * gh-85308: Add argparse tests for reading non-ASCII arguments from file (GH-94160)
    * bpo-46642: Explicitly disallow subclassing of instaces of TypeVar, ParamSpec, etc (GH-31148)
    The existing test covering this case passed only incidentally. We
    explicitly disallow doing this and add a proper error message.
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    * bpo-26253: Add compressionlevel to tarfile stream (GH-2962)
    `tarfile` already accepts a compressionlevel argument for creating
    files. This patch adds the same for stream-based tarfile usage.
    The default is 9, the value that was previously hard-coded.
    * gh-70441: Fix test_tarfile on systems w/o bz2 (gh-2962) (#94258)
    * gh-94199: Remove ssl.match_hostname() function (#94224)
    * gh-94207: Fix struct module leak (GH-94239)
    Make _struct.Struct a GC type
    This fixes a memory leak in the _struct module, where as soon
    as a Struct object is stored in the cache, there's a cycle from
    the _struct module to the cache to Struct objects to the Struct
    type back to the module. If _struct.Struct is not gc-tracked, that
    cycle is never collected.
    This PR makes _struct.Struct GC-tracked, and adds a regression test.
    * gh-94245: Test pickling and copying of typing.Tuple[()] (GH-94259)
    * gh-77560: Report possible errors in restoring builtins at finalization (GH-94255)
    Seems in the past the copy of builtins was not made in some scenarios,
    and the error was silenced. Write it now to stderr, so we have a chance
    to see it.
    * gh-90016: Reword sqlite3 adapter/converter docs (#93095)
    Also add adapters and converter recipes.
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    * bpo-39971: Change examples to be runnable (GH-32172)
    * gh-70474: [doc] fix wording of GET_ANEXT doc (GH-94048)
    * gh-93259: Validate arg to ``Distribution.from_name``. (GH-94270)
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