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Author zzzeek
Recipients Jeremy.Fishman, ncoghlan, pitrou, terry.reedy, ulidtko, zzzeek
Date 2014-03-11.00:25:05
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my users are reporting one of these issues, and while I can easily catch IOError on Python 2, I can't catch anything on Python 3, and pointing SIGPIPE to SIG_DFL isn't an option because this is for Alembic migrations and the command needs to complete its work.

What is/will be the recommended solution for people who want their programs to finish totally but not complain when their pipe is cut off in Python 3?
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