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Author pitrou
Recipients Yogesh.Chaudhari, ezio.melotti, kushal.das, nedbat, neologix, pitrou, r.david.murray, serhiy.storchaka, trent, vstinner
Date 2013-05-11.12:26:33
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> And I maintain it's an ugly idiom ;-)
> Since the user can't do anything except falling back to 1,
> os.cpu_count() should always return a positive number (1 by default).

The user can also raise an error. For example, if I'm writing a
benchmark to measure per-core scaling performance, I would like to bail
out if I can't calculate the number of cores (rather than report
incorrect results).
Date User Action Args
2013-05-11 12:26:33pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, vstinner, nedbat, trent, ezio.melotti, r.david.murray, neologix, serhiy.storchaka, kushal.das, Yogesh.Chaudhari
2013-05-11 12:26:33pitroulinkissue17914 messages
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