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Author neologix
Recipients Erez.Sh, William.Edwards, asksol, danken, dmalcolm, giampaolo.rodola, jnoller, neologix, pitrou, sbt, synapse, vstinner
Date 2012-12-31.09:36:39
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The patch looks good, however there's something really bothering me:
in issue #14635, the same type of patch was applied to telnetlib,
here, it's multiprocessing and AFAICT, any single use of select() in
the standard library is subject to this FD_SETSIZE limitation.
That why I think it could probably be a good idea to expose a
high-level "selector" object in the select module, which would use the
"right" syscall transparently (e.g. select, poll or /dev/poll), with a
unified API. This would make writing portable and efficient I/O
multiplexing code much easier, not only in the stdlib, but also for
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2012-12-31 09:36:39neologixsetrecipients: + neologix, pitrou, vstinner, giampaolo.rodola, jnoller, synapse, asksol, dmalcolm, danken, Erez.Sh, sbt, William.Edwards
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