Created originally on Bitbucket by Devin Jeanpierre
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Existing Python programs may (okay, do) use symbols from structmember.h, and this works in CPython because structmember.h is not included from Python.h. Not so, in PyPy.
Rough breakdown of changes:
- Where Python.h is included by .c files, also include structmember.h
- Add pypy_structmember_decl.h file which is included by structmember.h
@cpython_apifunctions to change which headers they are added to.
The first two are very manual and icky, and I don't like how I did them. It feels like a hack. But I'm not sure of a better way to do it without more substantive rewrites.
The last part was an API changes to
cpython_api, so very invasive, but clean. Maybe the implementation is dumb.
One last note: The header file being added in
copy_header_files() doesn't seem to matter. I left it in anyway "just in case". Does it matter?