Simon Burton wrote:
btree.minKey(t) is documented* to return the smallest key at least
as big as t. It seems that if there is no such element it
returns the maximum key.
*in the programming guide, v3.6.0
Hmm, can you write a failing unit test that demonstrates this?
The BTrees package does have a tests folder, so I'd suggest finding a
suitable test file to add your new test to and then submit them to the
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