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    • Kipp Cannon's avatar
      glue.ligolw: don't close stdin · 863b9952
      Kipp Cannon authored
      - I did tests in the command line interface that made it seem like using
        stdin as a context manager would not close stdin, but when you do it in a
        program stdin gets closed, which we can't have.
      863b9952
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    • Leo Pound Singer's avatar
      Fix NameError in tokenizer.RowBuilder doctests · cfa2fefc
      Leo Pound Singer authored
      This fixes the following exception in the doctests under Python 3:
      
          NameError: name 'rows' is not defined
      
      According to the Python standard library documentation:
      
          > ... examples can freely use any names defined at top-level in
          > M, and names defined earlier in the docstring being run.
          > Examples cannot see names defined in other docstrings.
      
      Evidently Python 2 allowed sharing variables between docstrings
      despite what the documentation said. However, this does not work
      in Python 3.
      cfa2fefc
    • Leo Pound Singer's avatar
      Fix unit tests under Python 3 · d7a97fe4
      Leo Pound Singer authored
      d7a97fe4
  25. 08 Jan, 2018 1 commit
    • Leo Pound Singer's avatar
      Deprecate offsetvector.__cmp__ · ee4472e2
      Leo Pound Singer authored
      This method is deprecated and will be removed in a future release
      because:
      
      1.  According to the Python standard library documentation, cmp(a, b)
      	is expected to return 0 if a == b. This method breaks that
      	expectation.
      2.  The cmp() method has been removed from Python 3.
      
      Instead of cmp(a, b), you should call (a.deltas != b.deltas).
      
      Also fix the doctests so that we don't try to call the undefined
      function cmp() and cause a NameError.
      
      Fixes #2.
      ee4472e2
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