The pypy' program is new to me. The description on https://foss.heptapod.net/pypy/pypy says 'PyPy is a very fast and compliant implementation of the Python language.' It sounds like this is a reimplementation of python, not the one that most people use (just python or python3). This may not be a bug in roundup, but a bug in pypy. I installed pypy3 and was able to verify the error with this command: pypy3 -c 'import symtable'. It seems to me if one can't import symtable then that means that pypy3 isn't really a complete implementation of python. Perhaps the consensus was that nobody uses that module. You can see the documentation for the module here: https://docs.python.org/3/library/symtable.html.
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