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I don't like the idea of a specific I/O module for an OS. Is the public API
different? Can't you reuse the io module?
Le 6 janv. 2013 14:59, "Richard Oudkerk" <report@bugs.python.org> a écrit :

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> Richard Oudkerk added the comment:
>
> Attached is a patch which adds a winio module which is a replacement for
> io, but uses windows handles instead of fds.
>
> It reimplements FileIO and open(), and provides openhandle() and
> closehandle() as replacements for os.open() and os.close().
>
> test_io has been modified to exercise winio (in addition to _io and _pyio)
> and all the tests pass.
>
> Note that some of the implementation (openhandle(), open(),
> FileIO.__init__()) is still done in Python rather than C.
>
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> keywords: +patch
> Added file: http://bugs.python.org/file28590/winfileio.patch
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