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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">Hi Andrew,<br>
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      On 7/6/12 4:37 PM, Andrew Francis wrote:<br>
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        <div>Hi Christian:</div>
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            class="yui_3_2_0_18_134158486660361">A note. The last time I
            looked, the version of the PyPy Stackless</div>
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    It works differently now.<br>
    You can run the tests of lib_pypy/greenlet.py for instance on<br>
    regular CPython, which emulates what is needed.<br>
    On a pypy install, the only tests are in lib_pypy/pypy_test.<br>
    For the full test suite, the pypy source dist is needed.<br>
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    ciao - chris<br>
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