P. Scott DeVos wrote:
> Are you sure this works: "PyString_AsString(lno)"? lno is a python
> integer object. Maybe we want, "PyString_AsString(PyObject_Str(lno))"
Wait, this is not the way to do it because PyObject_Str returns a new
reference. I think you have to assign PyObject_Str(lno) to another
variable so that you can decrement the reference on it. Unless your
code works as it, in which case, never mind...
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