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<mgorny> mattip: yw, glad to help
<mgorny> i really do need pypy3.8 ASAP to left py3.7 cruft from Gentoo ;-)
<mgorny> clean leftover*
<mattip> mgorny: I will be making a rc2 soon,but we really need the virtualenv fix to go out before the final release
<mgorny> i agree
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<ctismer> mattip: you said: `that would be os.path.join(sysconfig.get_config_var('LIBDIR'), sysconfig.get_config_var('LDLIBRARY'))`
<mattip> yes, didn't it work?
<ctismer> mattip: On macOS, this is pretty wrong. The correct setting is:
<ctismer> mattip: /Users/tismer/src/QtC/pypy3.7-v7.3.5-osx64/bin/libpypy3-c.dylib
<ctismer> mattip: but LDLIBRARY uses ".so"
<ctismer> mattip: Also, on macOS, the python3 equivalent would not concatenate correctly.
<ctismer> >>> os.path.join(sysconfig.get_config_var('LIBDIR'), sysconfig.get_config_var('LDLIBRARY'))
<ctismer> '/usr/local/opt/python@3.9/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.9/lib/Python.framework/Versions/3.9/Python'
<ctismer> mattip: here is Python itself wrong. The `.dylib` suffix appears in none of the sysconfig variables.
<mattip> oy. Does it work correctly on CPython?
<mattip> ahh, nvrmind, I see that _is_ CPython
<mattip> sysconfig is such a mess. Someone should write a PEP about minimum values that must exist there
<ctismer> mattip: Yes, and tests should be added to ensure that these minimum things are actually right. As always, that does not help right now, and then I'm going to forget it 😉
<mattip> it turns out windows does not have those values at all. I don't know how this is supposed to work
<ctismer> mattip: On windows, our setup worked out-of-the-box, funnily.
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<mattip> cfbolz: now the traceback is showing "Did you mean hash" in the lib-python/3/test_code_module test for
<mattip> "try: ham\nexcept: eggs\n"
<mattip> where on CPython it does not have any suggestion
<mattip> is that because we always import "hash" somehow where CPython does not, or is it an edge case in the distance measure?
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<mattip> arigo_: in CPython3.8, c-extension modules on windows are loaded with LoadLibraryEx() with flags to ignore PATH and use AddDllDirectory instead
<mattip> and this is the issue
<mattip> so I need to modify the cpyext/ call to follow suit
<mattip> does this affect CFFI?
<mattip> it affect ctypes, which uses rdynload.dlopen() and now must use rdynload.dlopenex(),
<mattip> the _ctypes.CDLL seems to use both rlib/ and rlib/
<mattip> so I think I will leave that for a bugfix if anyone complains