Re: if_python3 file - python3_loaded guarded by the wrong symbols?
- Paul Moore wrote:
> Looking at if_python3.c, the definition of python3_loaded seems to beIt's correct. This function is only used from the Python 2 code.
> guarded by the python 2 preprocessor symbols:
> #if (defined(DYNAMIC_PYTHON) && defined(FEAT_PYTHON)) || defined(PROTO)
> return (hinstPy3 != 0);
> Is this an error?
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