Author r.david.murray
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Date 2013-04-28.21:32:34
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Indeed, in both 3.3.0 non-debug and 3.4 tip debug, python starts consuming 100% of the CPU.  I'm guessing there is some subtlety involving the new IO system involved here.

Python 2.7 debug build acts as you indicate for your 2.7 non-debug build.

All my tests are on linux, and I had to kill -HUP the python process.  As you say, ctl-C (and ctl-D, not surprisingly) were ignored.
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