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Author neologix
Recipients gvanrossum, neologix, pitrou, vstinner
Date 2013-10-25.17:55:04
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In-reply-to <1381071669.2488.7.camel@fsol>
> Antoine Pitrou added the comment:
> FWIW, I think the "ideal" solution would be for keys() (*) to return a
> read-only Mapping implementation, allowing for file object lookup (using
> __getitem__) as well as iteration on SelectorKeys (using __iter__) and
> fast emptiness checking (using __len__).

Thanks, I think that's a great idea.
I'm attaching a patch updating yours with the following:
- asyncio/test_asyncio update
- selectors' documentation update

IMO, it really offers both a compact, easy to use and performant API.

(Note: the mapping doesn't really have to be recreated upon each
get_map() call and could be kept as a private member, but IMO that's
not a performance issue).
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