[PATCH 1 of 2 V3] mercurial: implement a source transforming module loader on Python 3

Gregory Szorc gregory.szorc at gmail.com
Mon Jul 4 14:44:09 EDT 2016


# HG changeset patch
# User Gregory Szorc <gregory.szorc at gmail.com>
# Date 1467656283 25200
#      Mon Jul 04 11:18:03 2016 -0700
# Node ID 99a1ac83fe44142a9793a93e55b41aa052954842
# Parent  fd93b15b5c30d16fd9c9eba61402d07fc4085db3
mercurial: implement a source transforming module loader on Python 3

The most painful part of ensuring Python code runs on both Python 2
and 3 is string encoding. Making this difficult is that string
literals in Python 2 are bytes and string literals in Python 3 are
unicode. So, to ensure consistent types are used, you have to
use "from __future__ import unicode_literals" and/or prefix literals
with their type (e.g. b'foo' or u'foo').

Nearly every string in Mercurial is bytes. So, to use the same source
code on both Python 2 and 3 would require prefixing nearly every
string literal with "b" to make it a byte literal. This is ugly and
not something mpm is willing to do at this point in time.

This patch implements a custom module loader on Python 3 that performs
source transformation to convert string literals (unicode in Python 3)
to byte literals. In effect, it changes Python 3's string literals to
behave like Python 2's.

In addition, the module loader recognizes well-known built-in
functions (getattr, setattr, hasattr) and methods (encode and decode)
that barf when bytes are used and prevents these from being rewritten.
This prevents excessive source changes to accommodate this change
(we would have to rewrite every occurrence of these functions passing
string literals otherwise).

The module loader is only used on Python packages belonging to
Mercurial.

The loader works by tokenizing the loaded source and replacing
"string" tokens if necessary. The modified token stream is
untokenized back to source and loaded like normal. This does add some
overhead. However, this all occurs before caching: .pyc files will
cache the transformed version. This means the transformation penalty
is only paid on first load.

As the extensive inline comments explain, the presence of a custom
source transformer invalidates assumptions made by Python's built-in
bytecode caching mechanism. So, we have to wrap bytecode loading and
writing and add an additional header to bytecode files to facilitate
additional cache validation when the source transformations
change in the future.

There are still a few things this code doesn't handle well, namely
support for zip files as module sources and for extensions. Since
Mercurial doesn't officially support Python 3 yet, I'm inclined to
leave these as to-do items: getting a basic module loading mechanism
in place to unblock further Python 3 porting effort is more important
than comprehensive module importing support.

check-py3-compat.py has been updated to ignore frames. This is
necessary because CPython has built-in code to strip frames from the
built-in importer. When our custom code is present, this doesn't work
and the frames get all messed up. The new code is not perfect. It
works for now. But once you start chasing import failures you find
some edge cases where the files aren't being printed properly. This
only burdens people doing future Python 3 porting work so I'm inclined
to punt on the issue: the most important thing is for the source
transforming module loader to land.

There was a bit of churn in test-check-py3-compat.t because we now
trip up on str/unicode/bytes failures as a result of source
transformation. This is unfortunate but what are you going to do.

It's worth noting that other approaches were investigated.

We considered using a custom file encoding whose decode() would
apply source transformations. This was rejected because it would
require each source file to declare its custom Mercurial encoding.
Furthermore, when changing the source transformation we'd need to
version bump the encoding name otherwise the module caching layer
wouldn't know the .pyc file was invalidated. This would mean mass
updating every file when the source transformation changes. Yuck.

We also considered transforming at the AST layer. However, Python's
ast module is quite gnarly and doing AST transforms is quite
complicated, even for trivial rewrites. There are whole Python packages
that exist to make AST transformations usable. AST transforms would
still require import machinery, so the choice was basically to
perform source-level, token-level, or ast-level transforms.

Token-level rewriting delivers the metadata we need to rewrite
intelligently while being relatively easy to understand. So it won.

General consensus seems to be that this approach is the best available
to avoid bulk rewriting of '' to b''. However, we aren't confident
that this approach will never be a future maintenance burden. This
approach does unblock serious Python 3 porting efforts. So we can
re-evaulate once more work is done to support Python 3.

diff --git a/contrib/check-py3-compat.py b/contrib/check-py3-compat.py
--- a/contrib/check-py3-compat.py
+++ b/contrib/check-py3-compat.py
@@ -56,17 +56,30 @@ def check_compat_py3(f):
     if f.startswith(('hgext/', 'mercurial/')) and not f.endswith('__init__.py'):
         assert f.endswith('.py')
         name = f.replace('/', '.')[:-3]
         with open(f, 'r') as fh:
             try:
                 imp.load_module(name, fh, '', ('py', 'r', imp.PY_SOURCE))
             except Exception as e:
                 exc_type, exc_value, tb = sys.exc_info()
-                frame = traceback.extract_tb(tb)[-1]
+                # We walk the stack and ignore frames from our custom importer,
+                # import mechanisms, and stdlib modules. This kinda/sorta
+                # emulates CPython behavior in import.c while also attempting
+                # to pin blame on a Mercurial file.
+                for frame in reversed(traceback.extract_tb(tb)):
+                    if frame.name == '_call_with_frames_removed':
+                        continue
+                    if 'importlib' in frame.filename:
+                        continue
+                    if 'mercurial/__init__.py' in frame.filename:
+                        continue
+                    if frame.filename.startswith(sys.prefix):
+                        continue
+                    break
 
                 if frame.filename:
                     filename = os.path.basename(frame.filename)
                     print('%s: error importing: <%s> %s (error at %s:%d)' % (
                           f, type(e).__name__, e, filename, frame.lineno))
                 else:
                     print('%s: error importing module: <%s> %s (line %d)' % (
                           f, type(e).__name__, e, frame.lineno))
diff --git a/mercurial/__init__.py b/mercurial/__init__.py
--- a/mercurial/__init__.py
+++ b/mercurial/__init__.py
@@ -116,14 +116,243 @@ class hgimporter(object):
             if not modinfo:
                 raise ImportError('could not find mercurial module %s' %
                                   name)
 
         mod = imp.load_module(name, *modinfo)
         sys.modules[name] = mod
         return mod
 
+# Python 3 uses a custom module loader that transforms source code between
+# source file reading and compilation. This is done by registering a custom
+# finder that changes the spec for Mercurial modules to use a custom loader.
+if sys.version_info[0] >= 3:
+    from . import pure
+    import importlib
+    import io
+    import token
+    import tokenize
+
+    class hgpathentryfinder(importlib.abc.MetaPathFinder):
+        """A sys.meta_path finder that uses a custom module loader."""
+        def find_spec(self, fullname, path, target=None):
+            # Only handle Mercurial-related modules.
+            if not fullname.startswith(('mercurial.', 'hgext.', 'hgext3rd.')):
+                return None
+
+            # This assumes Python 3 doesn't support loading C modules.
+            if fullname in _dualmodules:
+                stem = fullname.split('.')[-1]
+                fullname = 'mercurial.pure.%s' % stem
+                target = pure
+                assert len(path) == 1
+                path = [os.path.join(path[0], 'pure')]
+
+            # Try to find the module using other registered finders.
+            spec = None
+            for finder in sys.meta_path:
+                if finder == self:
+                    continue
+
+                spec = finder.find_spec(fullname, path, target=target)
+                if spec:
+                    break
+
+            # This is a Mercurial-related module but we couldn't find it
+            # using the previously-registered finders. This likely means
+            # the module doesn't exist.
+            if not spec:
+                return None
+
+            if fullname.startswith('mercurial.pure.'):
+                spec.name = spec.name.replace('.pure.', '.')
+
+            # TODO need to support loaders from alternate specs, like zip
+            # loaders.
+            spec.loader = hgloader(spec.name, spec.origin)
+            return spec
+
+    def replacetokens(tokens):
+        """Transform a stream of tokens from raw to Python 3.
+
+        It is called by the custom module loading machinery to rewrite
+        source/tokens between source decoding and compilation.
+
+        Returns a generator of possibly rewritten tokens.
+
+        The input token list may be mutated as part of processing. However,
+        its changes do not necessarily match the output token stream.
+
+        REMEMBER TO CHANGE ``BYTECODEHEADER`` WHEN CHANGING THIS FUNCTION
+        OR CACHED FILES WON'T GET INVALIDATED PROPERLY.
+        """
+        for i, t in enumerate(tokens):
+            # Convert most string literals to byte literals. String literals
+            # in Python 2 are bytes. String literals in Python 3 are unicode.
+            # Most strings in Mercurial are bytes and unicode strings are rare.
+            # Rather than rewrite all string literals to use ``b''`` to indicate
+            # byte strings, we apply this token transformer to insert the ``b``
+            # prefix nearly everywhere.
+            if t.type == token.STRING:
+                s = t.string
+
+                # Preserve docstrings as string literals. This is inconsistent
+                # with regular unprefixed strings. However, the
+                # "from __future__" parsing (which allows a module docstring to
+                # exist before it) doesn't properly handle the docstring if it
+                # is b''' prefixed, leading to a SyntaxError. We leave all
+                # docstrings as unprefixed to avoid this. This means Mercurial
+                # components touching docstrings need to handle unicode,
+                # unfortunately.
+                if s[0:3] in ("'''", '"""'):
+                    yield t
+                    continue
+
+                # If the first character isn't a quote, it is likely a string
+                # prefixing character (such as 'b', 'u', or 'r'. Ignore.
+                if s[0] not in ("'", '"'):
+                    yield t
+                    continue
+
+                # String literal. Prefix to make a b'' string.
+                yield tokenize.TokenInfo(t.type, 'b%s' % s, t.start, t.end,
+                                          t.line)
+                continue
+
+            try:
+                nexttoken = tokens[i + 1]
+            except IndexError:
+                nexttoken = None
+
+            try:
+                prevtoken = tokens[i - 1]
+            except IndexError:
+                prevtoken = None
+
+            # This looks like a function call.
+            if (t.type == token.NAME and nexttoken and
+                nexttoken.type == token.OP and nexttoken.string == '('):
+                fn = t.string
+
+                # *attr() builtins don't accept byte strings to 2nd argument.
+                # Rewrite the token to include the unicode literal prefix so
+                # the string transformer above doesn't add the byte prefix.
+                if fn in ('getattr', 'setattr', 'hasattr', 'safehasattr'):
+                    try:
+                        # (NAME, 'getattr')
+                        # (OP, '(')
+                        # (NAME, 'foo')
+                        # (OP, ',')
+                        # (NAME|STRING, foo)
+                        st = tokens[i + 4]
+                        if (st.type == token.STRING and
+                            st.string[0] in ("'", '"')):
+                            rt = tokenize.TokenInfo(st.type, 'u%s' % st.string,
+                                                    st.start, st.end, st.line)
+                            tokens[i + 4] = rt
+                    except IndexError:
+                        pass
+
+                # .encode() and .decode() on str/bytes/unicode don't accept
+                # byte strings on Python 3. Rewrite the token to include the
+                # unicode literal prefix so the string transformer above doesn't
+                # add the byte prefix.
+                if (fn in ('encode', 'decode') and
+                    prevtoken.type == token.OP and prevtoken.string == '.'):
+                    # (OP, '.')
+                    # (NAME, 'encode')
+                    # (OP, '(')
+                    # (STRING, 'utf-8')
+                    # (OP, ')')
+                    try:
+                        st = tokens[i + 2]
+                        if (st.type == token.STRING and
+                            st.string[0] in ("'", '"')):
+                            rt = tokenize.TokenInfo(st.type, 'u%s' % st.string,
+                                                    st.start, st.end, st.line)
+                            tokens[i + 2] = rt
+                    except IndexError:
+                        pass
+
+            # Emit unmodified token.
+            yield t
+
+    # Header to add to bytecode files. This MUST be changed when
+    # ``replacetoken`` or any mechanism that changes semantics of module
+    # loading is changed. Otherwise cached bytecode may get loaded without
+    # the new transformation mechanisms applied.
+    BYTECODEHEADER = b'HG\x00\x01'
+
+    class hgloader(importlib.machinery.SourceFileLoader):
+        """Custom module loader that transforms source code.
+
+        When the source code is converted to a code object, we transform
+        certain patterns to be Python 3 compatible. This allows us to write code
+        that is natively Python 2 and compatible with Python 3 without
+        making the code excessively ugly.
+
+        We do this by transforming the token stream between parse and compile.
+
+        Implementing transformations invalidates caching assumptions made
+        by the built-in importer. The built-in importer stores a header on
+        saved bytecode files indicating the Python/bytecode version. If the
+        version changes, the cached bytecode is ignored. The Mercurial
+        transformations could change at any time. This means we need to check
+        that cached bytecode was generated with the current transformation
+        code or there could be a mismatch between cached bytecode and what
+        would be generated from this class.
+
+        We supplement the bytecode caching layer by wrapping ``get_data``
+        and ``set_data``. These functions are called when the
+        ``SourceFileLoader`` retrieves and saves bytecode cache files,
+        respectively. We simply add an additional header on the file. As
+        long as the version in this file is changed when semantics change,
+        cached bytecode should be invalidated when transformations change.
+
+        The added header has the form ``HG<VERSION>``. That is a literal
+        ``HG`` with 2 binary bytes indicating the transformation version.
+        """
+        def get_data(self, path):
+            data = super(hgloader, self).get_data(path)
+
+            if not path.endswith(tuple(importlib.machinery.BYTECODE_SUFFIXES)):
+                return data
+
+            # There should be a header indicating the Mercurial transformation
+            # version. If it doesn't exist or doesn't match the current version,
+            # we raise an OSError because that is what
+            # ``SourceFileLoader.get_code()`` expects when loading bytecode
+            # paths to indicate the cached file is "bad."
+            if data[0:2] != b'HG':
+                raise OSError('no hg header')
+            if data[0:4] != BYTECODEHEADER:
+                raise OSError('hg header version mismatch')
+
+            return data[4:]
+
+        def set_data(self, path, data, *args, **kwargs):
+            if path.endswith(tuple(importlib.machinery.BYTECODE_SUFFIXES)):
+                data = BYTECODEHEADER + data
+
+            return super(hgloader, self).set_data(path, data, *args, **kwargs)
+
+        def source_to_code(self, data, path):
+            """Perform token transformation before compilation."""
+            buf = io.BytesIO(data)
+            tokens = tokenize.tokenize(buf.readline)
+            data = tokenize.untokenize(replacetokens(list(tokens)))
+            # Python's built-in importer strips frames from exceptions raised
+            # for this code. Unfortunately, that mechanism isn't extensible
+            # and our frame will be blamed for the import failure. There
+            # are extremely hacky ways to do frame stripping. We haven't
+            # implemented them because they are very ugly.
+            return super(hgloader, self).source_to_code(data, path)
+
 # We automagically register our custom importer as a side-effect of loading.
 # This is necessary to ensure that any entry points are able to import
 # mercurial.* modules without having to perform this registration themselves.
-if not any(isinstance(x, hgimporter) for x in sys.meta_path):
+if sys.version_info[0] >= 3:
+    _importercls = hgpathentryfinder
+else:
+    _importercls = hgimporter
+if not any(isinstance(x, _importercls) for x in sys.meta_path):
     # meta_path is used before any implicit finders and before sys.path.
-    sys.meta_path.insert(0, hgimporter())
+    sys.meta_path.insert(0, _importercls())
diff --git a/tests/test-check-py3-compat.t b/tests/test-check-py3-compat.t
--- a/tests/test-check-py3-compat.t
+++ b/tests/test-check-py3-compat.t
@@ -19,132 +19,166 @@
   tests/md5sum.py not using absolute_import
   tests/readlink.py not using absolute_import
   tests/run-tests.py not using absolute_import
   tests/test-demandimport.py not using absolute_import
 
 #if py3exe
   $ hg files 'set:(**.py)' | sed 's|\\|/|g' | xargs $PYTHON3 contrib/check-py3-compat.py
   doc/hgmanpage.py: invalid syntax: invalid syntax (<unknown>, line *) (glob)
-  hgext/automv.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (commands.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/blackbox.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/bugzilla.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/censor.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/chgserver.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/children.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/churn.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/clonebundles.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/acl.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/automv.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/blackbox.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/bugzilla.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/censor.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/chgserver.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/children.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/churn.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/clonebundles.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
   hgext/color.py: invalid syntax: invalid syntax (<unknown>, line *) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/bzr.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.convert' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/convcmd.py: error importing: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (error at bundlerepo.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/cvs.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.convert' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/cvsps.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/darcs.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.convert' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/filemap.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.convert' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/git.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.convert' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/gnuarch.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.convert' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/hg.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/monotone.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.convert' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/p*.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.convert' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/convert/subversion.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/bzr.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/common.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/convcmd.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/cvs.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/cvsps.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/darcs.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/filemap.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/git.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/gnuarch.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/hg.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/monotone.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/p4.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/convert/subversion.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
   hgext/convert/transport.py: error importing module: <ImportError> No module named 'svn.client' (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/eol.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/extdiff.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (archival.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/factotum.py: error importing: <ImportError> No module named 'rfc822' (error at __init__.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/fetch.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/fsmonitor/watchmanclient.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.fsmonitor' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/gpg.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/graphlog.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/hgk.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/histedit.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/keyword.py: error importing: <ImportError> No module named 'BaseHTTPServer' (error at common.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/largefiles/basestore.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.largefiles' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/largefiles/lfcommands.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/largefiles/lfutil.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/largefiles/localstore.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.largefiles' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/largefiles/overrides.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (archival.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/largefiles/proto.py: error importing: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle2.py, line *) (error at httppeer.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/largefiles/remotestore.py: error importing: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (error at wireproto.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/largefiles/reposetup.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/largefiles/storefactory.py: error importing: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle2.py, line *) (error at bundlerepo.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/largefiles/uisetup.py: error importing: <ImportError> No module named 'BaseHTTPServer' (error at common.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/eol.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/extdiff.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/factotum.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/fetch.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/fsmonitor/state.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/fsmonitor/watchmanclient.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/gpg.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/graphlog.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/hgk.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/highlight/highlight.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/histedit.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/journal.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/keyword.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/largefiles/basestore.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/largefiles/lfcommands.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/largefiles/lfutil.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/largefiles/localstore.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/largefiles/overrides.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/largefiles/proto.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/largefiles/remotestore.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/largefiles/reposetup.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/largefiles/storefactory.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/largefiles/uisetup.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
   hgext/largefiles/wirestore.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'hgext.largefiles' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/mq.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/notify.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/pager.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/patchbomb.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/purge.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/rebase.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/record.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/relink.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/schemes.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/share.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/shelve.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
-  hgext/strip.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  hgext/transplant.py: error importing: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (error at bundlerepo.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/mq.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/notify.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/pager.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/patchbomb.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/purge.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/rebase.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/record.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/relink.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/schemes.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/share.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/shelve.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/strip.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/transplant.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/win32mbcs.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  hgext/win32text.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
   mercurial/archival.py: invalid syntax: invalid syntax (<unknown>, line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/branchmap.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/bundle*.py: invalid syntax: invalid syntax (<unknown>, line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/bundlerepo.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/changegroup.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/changelog.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/cmdutil.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/bookmarks.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/branchmap.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/bundle2.py: invalid syntax: invalid syntax (<unknown>, line *) (glob)
+  mercurial/bundlerepo.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/byterange.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/changegroup.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/changelog.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/cmdutil.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
   mercurial/commands.py: invalid syntax: invalid syntax (<unknown>, line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/context.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/copies.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/crecord.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/dirstate.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/discovery.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/dispatch.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/exchange.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/extensions.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/filelog.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/filemerge.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/fileset.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/formatter.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/graphmod.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/help.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/hg.py: error importing: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (error at bundlerepo.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/commandserver.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/config.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/context.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/copies.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/crecord.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/dagparser.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/dagutil.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/destutil.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/dirstate.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/discovery.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/dispatch.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at encoding.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/exchange.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/extensions.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/fancyopts.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/filelog.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/filemerge.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/fileset.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/formatter.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/graphmod.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/hbisect.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/help.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/hg.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
   mercurial/hgweb/common.py: error importing module: <ImportError> No module named 'BaseHTTPServer' (line *) (glob)
   mercurial/hgweb/hgweb_mod.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'mercurial.hgweb' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
   mercurial/hgweb/hgwebdir_mod.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'mercurial.hgweb' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
   mercurial/hgweb/protocol.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'mercurial.hgweb' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
   mercurial/hgweb/request.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'mercurial.hgweb' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
   mercurial/hgweb/server.py: error importing module: <ImportError> No module named 'BaseHTTPServer' (line *) (glob)
   mercurial/hgweb/webcommands.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'mercurial.hgweb' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
   mercurial/hgweb/webutil.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'mercurial.hgweb' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
   mercurial/hgweb/wsgicgi.py: error importing module: <SystemError> Parent module 'mercurial.hgweb' not loaded, cannot perform relative import (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/hook.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/httpconnection.py: error importing: <ImportError> No module named 'rfc822' (error at __init__.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/httppeer.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle2.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/keepalive.py: error importing module: <ImportError> No module named 'thread' (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/localrepo.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/mail.py: error importing module: <AttributeError> module 'email' has no attribute 'Header' (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/manifest.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/merge.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/namespaces.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/patch.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/hook.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/httpconnection.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/httppeer.py: error importing: <TypeError> str expected, not bytes (error at i18n.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/keepalive.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/localrepo.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/lock.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/mail.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/manifest.py: error importing: <TypeError> getattr(): attribute name must be string (error at pycompat.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/match.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/mdiff.py: error importing: <TypeError> getattr(): attribute name must be string (error at pycompat.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/merge.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/minirst.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/namespaces.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/obsolete.py: error importing: <TypeError> getattr(): attribute name must be string (error at pycompat.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/patch.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/pathutil.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/peer.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
   mercurial/pure/mpatch.py: error importing module: <ImportError> cannot import name 'pycompat' (line *) (glob)
   mercurial/pure/parsers.py: error importing module: <ImportError> No module named 'mercurial.pure.node' (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/repair.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/revlog.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/revset.py: error importing module: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/scmutil.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/pushkey.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/pvec.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/registrar.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/repair.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle2.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
+  mercurial/repoview.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/revlog.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/revset.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/scmposix.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/scmutil.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
   mercurial/scmwindows.py: error importing module: <ImportError> No module named '_winreg' (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/simplemerge.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/sshpeer.py: error importing: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (error at wireproto.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/sshserver.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/statichttprepo.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/store.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/streamclone.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/subrepo.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/templatefilters.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/templatekw.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/templater.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/ui.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/unionrepo.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/url.py: error importing: <ImportError> No module named 'rfc822' (error at __init__.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/verify.py: error importing: <AttributeError> 'dict' object has no attribute 'iteritems' (error at revset.py:*) (glob)
-  mercurial/win*.py: error importing module: <ImportError> No module named 'msvcrt' (line *) (glob)
+  mercurial/similar.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/simplemerge.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/sshpeer.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/sshserver.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/sslutil.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/statichttprepo.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/store.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/streamclone.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/subrepo.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/tagmerge.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/tags.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/templatefilters.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/templatekw.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/templater.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/transaction.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/ui.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/unionrepo.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/url.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/util.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/verify.py: error importing: <TypeError> '_fields_' must be a sequence of (name, C type) pairs (error at osutil.py:*) (glob)
+  mercurial/win32.py: error importing module: <ImportError> No module named 'msvcrt' (line *) (glob)
   mercurial/windows.py: error importing module: <ImportError> No module named '_winreg' (line *) (glob)
-  mercurial/wireproto.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle*.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
+  mercurial/wireproto.py: error importing module: <SyntaxError> invalid syntax (bundle2.py, line *) (line *) (glob)
 
 #endif


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