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Revision 1.17 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Apr 3 13:17:27 2019 UTC (2 weeks, 3 days ago) by maya
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python*: rework logic used to determine if PLIST.nis is used.

Match the logic used by setup.py: it looks for two headers in the default
include path. This helps newer glibc linux.

Omit PLIST.dll on python3* because it doesn't appear in the PLIST.
Make PLIST.dll true on all non-IRIX.

tested: NetBSD-current, FreeBSD 11.2, Ubuntu 18.10, CentOS 6.9, Source Mage

From Dr. Thomas Orgis, myself, and with pointers to a change from leot.

PR pkg/53673

Revision 1.16 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat Mar 2 13:23:36 2019 UTC (7 weeks ago) by adam
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CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2019Q1-base, pkgsrc-2019Q1
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python3[4567]: find_library() fixes; remove -stack_size from LDFLAGS on Darwin.

PkgSrc changes:
* Make find_library() consitant for all Python versions:
  - Fallback to clang, when gcc is not installed.
  - Find libraries in PkgSrc prefix.
* Do not use -stack_size; it ends up in 'pythonNN-config --ldflags', and some
  modules fail to build.

Revision 1.15 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Jul 3 03:52:41 2018 UTC (9 months, 2 weeks ago) by adam
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python36: updated to 3.6.6

Version 3.6.6:

Core and Builtins
* Fix asynchronous generators to handle GeneratorExit in athrow() correctly
* Fixed reset of the SIGINT handler to SIG_DFL on interpreter shutdown even when there was a custom handler set previously.
* Fixed a leak when the garbage collector fails to add an object with the __del__ method or referenced by it into the gc.garbage list. PyGC_Collect() can now be called when an exception is set and preserves it.
* Fix signed/unsigned comparison warning in pyhash.c.
* Fix a leak in set_symmetric_difference().
* Fix unaligned accesses in siphash24().
* Fix potential memory leak in normalizestring().
* Improved error messages in „ŗŌ¬sync with„ŗwhen __aenter__() or __aexit__() return non-awaitable object.
* Fix ma_version_tag in dict implementation is uninitialized when copying from key-sharing dict.
* Fixed jumping when the function contains an async for loop.
* Fix an unnecessary ifdef in the include of VersionHelpers.h in socketmodule on Windows.
* Fix a crash in ctypes.cast() in case the type argument is a ctypes structured data type.

Library
* Prevent site.main() exception if PYTHONSTARTUP is set.
* Datetime instance d with non-None tzinfo, but with d.tzinfo.utcoffset(d) returning None is now treated as naive by the astimezone() method.
* Avoid race condition with debug logging
* The concatenation (+) and repetition (*) sequence operations now raise TypeError instead of SystemError when performed on mmap.mmap objects.
* Fix gather to propagate cancellation of itself even with return_exceptions.
* Fix a race condition in SSLProtocol.connection_made() of asyncio.sslproto: start immediately the handshake instead of using call_soon(). Previously, data_received() could be called before the handshake started, causing the handshake to hang or fail.
* Fixed bug where calling write_eof() on a _SelectorSocketTransport after it„ŗ—‘ already closed raises AttributeError.
* Fix Task.__repr__ crash with Cython„ŗ—‘ bogus coroutines
* Fix RuntimeError after closing loop that used run_in_executor
* Use a better regex when breaking usage into wrappable parts. Avoids bogus assertion errors from custom metavar strings.
* Fixed a bug in the Python implementation of the JSON decoder that prevented the cache of parsed strings from clearing after finishing the decoding. Based on patch by c-fos.
* tempfile._candidate_tempdir_list should consider common TEMP locations
* Prevent uuid.get_node from using a DUID instead of a MAC on Windows.
* Fix race condition with ReadTransport.resume_reading in Windows proactor event loop.
* Minor fixes in typing module: add annotations to NamedTuple.__new__, pass *args and **kwds in Generic.__new__.
* Updated alias mapping with glibc 2.27 supported locales.
* Fix trailing quotation marks getting deleted when looking up byte/string literals on pydoc.
* Update error message when constructing invalid inspect.Parameters
* Fixed crash in the get() method of the dbm.ndbm database object when it is called with a single argument.
* Fix multiprocessing regression on newer glibcs
* Fix quoting of the Comment attribute of http.cookies.SimpleCookie.
* Upgrade bundled version of pip to 10.0.1.
* Fixed a crash in the parser module when converting an ST object to a tree of tuples or lists with line_info=False and col_info=True.
* Fix FD leak in _SelectorSocketTransport
* Fix display of <module> call in the html produced by cgitb.html().
* random.Random.choice() now raises IndexError for empty sequences consistently even when called from subclasses without a getrandbits() implementation.
* Update difflib.mdiff() for PEP 479. Convert an uncaught StopIteration in a generator into a return-statement.
* End framing at the end of C implementation of pickle.Pickler.dump().
* The urllib.robotparser„ŗ—‘ __str__ representation now includes wildcard entries and the „ŗ◊§rawl-delay„ŗand „ŗ◊≥equest-rate„ŗfields.
* Allow ttk.Treeview.insert to insert iid that has a false boolean value. Note iid=0 and iid=False would be same.
* The ssl module now compiles with LibreSSL 2.7.1.
* Release the GIL during fstat() calls, avoiding hang of all threads when calling mmap.mmap(), os.urandom(), and random.seed().
* Fix a regression in ipaddress that result of hosts() is empty when the network is constructed by a tuple containing an integer mask and only 1 bit left for addresses.
* Fix wrong redirection of a low descriptor (0 or 1) to stderr in subprocess if another low descriptor is closed.
* Fix output of cover files for trace module command-line tool. Previously emitted cover files only when --missing option was used.
* If nested log adapters are used, the inner process() methods are no longer omitted.
* Support arrays >=2GiB in ctypes.
* pydoc: the stop() method of the private ServerThread class now waits until DocServer.serve_until_quit() completes and then explicitly sets its docserver attribute to None to break a reference cycle.

Revision 1.14 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Jun 17 19:21:22 2018 UTC (10 months ago) by adam
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python: pkgsrc changes

- Fix buidling curses (consistent across platforms)
- Fix finding libraries with ctypes.util.find_library
- Enable spwd module on Linux
- Cleanup

Revision 1.13 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Dec 19 09:37:14 2017 UTC (16 months ago) by adam
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python36: updated to 3.6.4

Python 3.6.4 release candidate 1:
Core and Builtins
-----------------
- bpo-32176: co_flags.CO_NOFREE is now always set correctly by the code
  object constructor based on freevars and cellvars, rather than needing to
  be set correctly by the caller. This ensures it will be cleared
  automatically when additional cell references are injected into a modified
  code object and function.

- bpo-31949: Fixed several issues in printing tracebacks
  (PyTraceBack_Print()).

  * Setting sys.tracebacklimit to 0 or less now suppresses printing tracebacks.
  * Setting sys.tracebacklimit to None now causes using the default limit.
  * Setting sys.tracebacklimit to an integer larger than LONG_MAX now means using
    the limit LONG_MAX rather than the default limit.
  * Fixed integer overflows in the case of more than 2**31 traceback items on
    Windows.
  * Fixed output errors handling.

- bpo-30696: Fix the interactive interpreter looping endlessly when no
  memory.

- bpo-20047: Bytearray methods partition() and rpartition() now accept only
  bytes-like objects as separator, as documented.  In particular they now
  raise TypeError rather of returning a bogus result when an integer is
  passed as a separator.

- bpo-31852: Fix a segmentation fault caused by a combination of the async
  soft keyword and continuation lines.

- bpo-21720: BytesWarning no longer emitted when the *fromlist* argument of
  __import__() or the __all__ attribute of the module contain bytes
  instances.

- bpo-31825: Fixed OverflowError in the 'unicode-escape' codec and in
  codecs.escape_decode() when decode an escaped non-ascii byte.

- bpo-28603: Print the full context/cause chain of exceptions on interpreter
  exit, even if an exception in the chain is unhashable or compares equal to
  later ones. Patch by Zane Bitter.

- bpo-31786: Fix timeout rounding in the select module to round correctly
  negative timeouts between -1.0 and 0.0. The functions now block waiting
  for events as expected. Previously, the call was incorrectly non-blocking.
  Patch by Pablo Galindo.

- bpo-31642: Restored blocking "from package import module" by setting
  sys.modules["package.module"] to None.

- bpo-31626: Fixed a bug in debug memory allocator.  There was a write to
  freed memory after shrinking a memory block.

- bpo-31619: Fixed a ValueError when convert a string with large number of
  underscores to integer with binary base.

- bpo-31592: Fixed an assertion failure in Python parser in case of a bad
  unicodedata.normalize(). Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31588: Raise a TypeError with a helpful error message when class
  creation fails due to a metaclass with a bad __prepare__() method.
  Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31566: Fix an assertion failure in _warnings.warn() in case of a bad
  __name__ global. Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31505: Fix an assertion failure in json, in case
  _json.make_encoder() received a bad encoder() argument. Patch by Oren
  Milman.

- bpo-31492: Fix assertion failures in case of failing to import from a
  module with a bad __name__ attribute, and in case of failing to access
  an attribute of such a module. Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31490: Fix an assertion failure in ctypes class definition, in case
  the class has an attribute whose name is specified in _anonymous_ but
  not in _fields_. Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31478: Fix an assertion failure in _random.Random.seed() in case the
  argument has a bad __abs__() method. Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31315: Fix an assertion failure in imp.create_dynamic(), when
  spec.name is not a string. Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31311: Fix a crash in the __setstate__() method of
  ctypes._CData, in case of a bad __dict__. Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31293: Fix crashes in true division and multiplication of a timedelta
  object by a float with a bad as_integer_ratio() method. Patch by Oren
  Milman.

- bpo-31285: Fix an assertion failure in warnings.warn_explicit, when the
  return value of the received loader's get_source() has a bad splitlines()
  method. Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-30817: PyErr_PrintEx() clears now the ignored exception that may be
  raised by _PySys_SetObjectId(), for example when no memory.

Library
-------
- bpo-28556: Two minor fixes for typing module: allow shallow copying
  instances of generic classes, improve interaction of __init_subclass__
  with generics.

- bpo-27240: The header folding algorithm for the new email policies has
  been rewritten, which also fixes bpo-30788, bpo-31831, and bpo-32182.  In
  particular, RFC2231 folding is now done correctly.

- bpo-32186: io.FileIO.readall() and io.FileIO.read() now release the GIL
  when getting the file size. Fixed hang of all threads with inaccessible
  NFS server. Patch by Nir Soffer.

- bpo-12239: Make :meth:msilib.SummaryInformation.GetProperty return
  None when the value of property is VT_EMPTY.  Initial patch by
  Mark Mc Mahon.

- bpo-31325: Fix wrong usage of :func:collections.namedtuple in the
  :meth:RobotFileParser.parse() <urllib.robotparser.RobotFileParser.parse>
  method.

- bpo-12382: :func:msilib.OpenDatabase now raises a better exception
  message when it couldn't open or create an MSI file.  Initial patch by
  William Tisäter.

- bpo-32110: codecs.StreamReader.read(n) now returns not more than *n*
  characters/bytes for non-negative *n*. This makes it compatible with
  read() methods of other file-like objects.

- bpo-32072: Fixed issues with binary plists:

  * Fixed saving bytearrays.
  * Identical objects will be saved only once.
  * Equal references will be load as identical objects.
  * Added support for saving and loading recursive data structures.

- bpo-32034: Make asyncio.IncompleteReadError and LimitOverrunError
  pickleable.

- bpo-32015: Fixed the looping of asyncio in the case of reconnection the
  socket during waiting async read/write from/to the socket.

- bpo-32011: Restored support of loading marshal files with the TYPE_INT64
  code. These files can be produced in Python 2.7.

- bpo-31970: Reduce performance overhead of asyncio debug mode.

- bpo-9678: Fixed determining the MAC address in the uuid module:

  * Using ifconfig on NetBSD and OpenBSD.
  * Using arp on Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD.

  Based on patch by Takayuki Shimizukawa.

- bpo-30057: Fix potential missed signal in signal.signal().

- bpo-31933: Fix Blake2 params leaf_size and node_offset on big endian
  platforms. Patch by Jack O'Connor.

- bpo-31927: Fixed compilation of the socket module on NetBSD 8.  Fixed
  assertion failure or reading arbitrary data when parse a AF_BLUETOOTH
  address on NetBSD and DragonFly BSD.

- bpo-27666: Fixed stack corruption in curses.box() and curses.ungetmouse()
  when the size of types chtype or mmask_t is less than the size of C long.
  curses.box() now accepts characters as arguments.  Based on patch by Steve
  Fink.

- bpo-31897: plistlib now catches more errors when read binary plists and
  raises InvalidFileException instead of unexpected exceptions.

- bpo-25720: Fix the method for checking pad state of curses WINDOW. Patch
  by Masayuki Yamamoto.

- bpo-31893: Fixed the layout of the kqueue_event structure on OpenBSD and
  NetBSD. Fixed the comparison of the kqueue_event objects.

- bpo-31891: Fixed building the curses module on NetBSD.

- bpo-28416: Instances of pickle.Pickler subclass with the persistent_id()
  method and pickle.Unpickler subclass with the persistent_load() method no
  longer create reference cycles.

- bpo-28326: Fix multiprocessing.Process when stdout and/or stderr is closed
  or None.

- bpo-31457: If nested log adapters are used, the inner process()
  methods are no longer omitted.

- bpo-31457: The manager property on LoggerAdapter objects is now
  properly settable.

- bpo-31806: Fix timeout rounding in time.sleep(), threading.Lock.acquire()
  and socket.socket.settimeout() to round correctly negative timeouts
  between -1.0 and 0.0. The functions now block waiting for events as
  expected. Previously, the call was incorrectly non-blocking. Patch by
  Pablo Galindo.

- bpo-28603: traceback: Fix a TypeError that occurred during printing of
  exception tracebacks when either the current exception or an exception in
  its context/cause chain is unhashable. Patch by Zane Bitter.

- bpo-30058: Fixed buffer overflow in select.kqueue.control().

- bpo-31770: Prevent a crash when calling the __init__() method of a
  sqlite3.Cursor object more than once. Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31672: idpattern in string.Template matched some non-ASCII
  characters. Now it uses -i regular expression local flag to avoid non-
  ASCII characters.

- bpo-31764: Prevent a crash in sqlite3.Cursor.close() in case the
  Cursor object is uninitialized. Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31752: Fix possible crash in timedelta constructor called with custom
  integers.

- bpo-31701: On Windows, faulthandler.enable() now ignores MSC and COM
  exceptions.

- bpo-31728: Prevent crashes in _elementtree due to unsafe cleanup of
  Element.text and Element.tail. Patch by Oren Milman.

- bpo-31620: an empty asyncio.Queue now doesn't leak memory when queue.get
  pollers timeout

- bpo-31632: Fix method set_protocol() of class _SSLProtocolTransport in
  asyncio module. This method was previously modifying a wrong reference to
  the protocol.

- bpo-31675: Fixed memory leaks in Tkinter's methods splitlist() and split()
  when pass a string larger than 2 GiB.

- bpo-31673: Fixed typo in the name of Tkinter's method adderrorinfo().

- bpo-30806: Fix the string representation of a netrc object.

- bpo-15037: Added a workaround for getkey() in curses for ncurses 5.7 and
  earlier.

- bpo-25351: Avoid venv activate failures with undefined variables

- bpo-25532: inspect.unwrap() will now only try to unwrap an object
  sys.getrecursionlimit() times, to protect against objects which create a
  new object on every attribute access.

- bpo-30347: Stop crashes when concurrently iterate over itertools.groupby()
  iterators.

- bpo-31516: threading.current_thread() should not return a dummy thread
  at shutdown.

- bpo-31351: python -m ensurepip now exits with non-zero exit code if pip
  bootstrapping has failed.

- bpo-31482: random.seed() now works with bytes in version=1

- bpo-31334: Fix poll.poll([timeout]) in the select module for
  arbitrary negative timeouts on all OSes where it can only be a non-
  negative integer or -1. Patch by Riccardo Coccioli.

- bpo-31310: multiprocessing's semaphore tracker should be launched again if
  crashed.

- bpo-31308: Make multiprocessing's forkserver process immune to Ctrl-C and
  other user interruptions. If it crashes, restart it when necessary.

Documentation
-------------

- bpo-32105: Added asyncio.BaseEventLoop.connect_accepted_socket
  versionaddded marker.

- bpo-31537: Fix incorrect usage of get_history_length in readline
  documentation example code. Patch by Brad Smith.

- bpo-30085: The operator functions without double underscores are preferred
  for clarity. The one with underscores are only kept for back-
  compatibility.

Tests
-----

- bpo-31380: Skip test_httpservers test_undecodable_file on macOS: fails on
  APFS.

- bpo-31705: Skip test_socket.test_sha256() on Linux kernel older than 4.5.
  The test fails with ENOKEY on kernel 3.10 (on ppc64le). A fix was merged
  into the kernel 4.5.

- bpo-31174: Fix test_tools.test_unparse: DirectoryTestCase now stores the
  names sample to always test the same files. It prevents false alarms when
  hunting reference leaks.

- bpo-30695: Add the set_nomemory(start, stop) and remove_mem_hooks()
  functions to the _testcapi module.

Build
-----

- bpo-32059: detect_modules() in setup.py now also searches the
  sysroot paths when cross-compiling.

- bpo-31957: Fixes Windows SDK version detection when building for Windows.

- bpo-31609: Fixes quotes in PCbuild/clean.bat

- bpo-31934: Abort the build when building out of a not clean source tree.

- bpo-31926: Fixed Argument Clinic sometimes causing compilation errors when
  there was more than one function and/or method in a .c file with the same
  name.

- bpo-28791: Update Windows builds to use SQLite 3.21.0.

- bpo-28791: Update OS X installer to use SQLite 3.21.0.

- bpo-22140: Prevent double substitution of prefix in python-config.sh.

- bpo-31536: Avoid wholesale rebuild after make regen-all if nothing
  changed.

Windows
-------
- bpo-1102: Return None when View.Fetch() returns
  ERROR_NO_MORE_ITEMS instead of raising MSIError.
- bpo-31944: Fixes Modify button in Apps and Features dialog.

macOS
-----
- bpo-31392: Update macOS installer to use OpenSSL 1.0.2m

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python36: Disable libpython3.so.

This is a useless library (we've built it incorrectly for a long time so it
contains no valid symbols) that only creates CONFLICTS with other python3
packages.  No objection on tech-pkg.  Bump PKGREVISION.

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Disable nis module entirely on ChromeOS.

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Follow some redirects.

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Python 3.6.2 is the second maintenance release of Python 3.6, which was initially released in 2016-12 to great interest.   With the release of 3.6.2, we are now providing the second set of bugfixes and documentation updates to 3.6.  Detailed information about the changes made in 3.6.2 can be found in its change log.

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Pullup ticket #5469 - requested by he
lang/python36: macppc build fix

Revisions pulled up:
- lang/python36/Makefile                                        1.7
- lang/python36/distinfo                                        1.10
- lang/python36/patches/patch-configure                         1.7

---
   Module Name:	pkgsrc
   Committed By:	he
   Date:		Mon May 29 23:06:45 UTC 2017

   Modified Files:
   	pkgsrc/lang/python36: Makefile distinfo
   	pkgsrc/lang/python36/patches: patch-configure

   Log Message:
   Fix a build issue observed on NetBSD/macppc, in that alloca() is left
   as an unresolved undefined symbol, causing the install to fail due to
   PLIST issues.  Change from -std=c99 to -std=gnu99 to work around this
   problem, based on hint from joerg@.
   Bump PKGREVISION.

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python36: bump PKGREVISION for socketcan support on netbsd

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Fix a build issue observed on NetBSD/macppc, in that alloca() is left
as an unresolved undefined symbol, causing the install to fail due to
PLIST issues.  Change from -std=c99 to -std=gnu99 to work around this
problem, based on hint from joerg@.
Bump PKGREVISION.

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Python 3.6.1 is the first maintenance release of Python 3.6. The Python 3.6 series contains many new features and optimizations. See the What—‘ New In Python 3.6 document for more information.

Major new features of the 3.6 series, compared to 3.5
Among the new major new features in Python 3.6 are:

PEP 468, Preserving Keyword Argument Order
PEP 487, Simpler customization of class creation
PEP 495, Local Time Disambiguation
PEP 498, Literal String Formatting
PEP 506, Adding A Secrets Module To The Standard Library
PEP 509, Add a private version to dict
PEP 515, Underscores in Numeric Literals
PEP 519, Adding a file system path protocol
PEP 520, Preserving Class Attribute Definition Order
PEP 523, Adding a frame evaluation API to CPython
PEP 524, Make os.urandom() blocking on Linux (during system startup)
PEP 525, Asynchronous Generators (provisional)
PEP 526, Syntax for Variable Annotations (provisional)
PEP 528, Change Windows console encoding to UTF-8
PEP 529, Change Windows filesystem encoding to UTF-8
PEP 530, Asynchronous Comprehensions

Revision 1.5 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Feb 1 11:47:45 2017 UTC (2 years, 2 months ago) by jperkin
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Put back bdb bl3, required for the dbm module.

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Remove obsolete bsddb bits carried over from python2.  Patch from jcea in
joyent/pkgsrc#457.

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Again, remove platform name from config path; also remove _multiarch component in get_makefile_filename() to reflect the former change.

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Revert config directory naming to include platform name, so sysconfig.get_makefile_filename() works again.

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What„ŗ—‘ New In Python 3.6

Summary „ŗRelease highlights
New syntax features:

PEP 498, formatted string literals.
PEP 515, underscores in numeric literals.
PEP 526, syntax for variable annotations.
PEP 525, asynchronous generators.
PEP 530: asynchronous comprehensions.
New library modules:

secrets: PEP 506 „ŗAdding A Secrets Module To The Standard Library.
CPython implementation improvements:

The dict type has been reimplemented to use a more compact representation based on a proposal by Raymond Hettinger and similar to the PyPy dict implementation. This resulted in dictionaries using 20% to 25% less memory when compared to Python 3.5.
Customization of class creation has been simplified with the new protocol.
The class attribute definition order is now preserved.
The order of elements in **kwargs now corresponds to the order in which keyword arguments were passed to the function.
DTrace and SystemTap probing support has been added.
The new PYTHONMALLOC environment variable can now be used to debug the interpreter memory allocation and access errors.
Significant improvements in the standard library:

The asyncio module has received new features, significant usability and performance improvements, and a fair amount of bug fixes. Starting with Python 3.6 the asyncio module is no longer provisional and its API is considered stable.
A new file system path protocol has been implemented to support path-like objects. All standard library functions operating on paths have been updated to work with the new protocol.
The datetime module has gained support for Local Time Disambiguation.
The typing module received a number of improvements and is no longer provisional.
The tracemalloc module has been significantly reworked and is now used to provide better output for ResourceWarning as well as provide better diagnostics for memory allocation errors. See the PYTHONMALLOC section for more information.
Security improvements:

The new secrets module has been added to simplify the generation of cryptographically strong pseudo-random numbers suitable for managing secrets such as account authentication, tokens, and similar.
On Linux, os.urandom() now blocks until the system urandom entropy pool is initialized to increase the security. See the PEP 524 for the rationale.
The hashlib and ssl modules now support OpenSSL 1.1.0.
The default settings and feature set of the ssl module have been improved.
The hashlib module received support for the BLAKE2, SHA-3 and SHAKE hash algorithms and the scrypt() key derivation function.

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