Author vstinner
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Date 2014-07-11.20:46:43
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>  A timeout can be specified for the whole task using asyncio.wait_for() but it's tricky.

Exactly, you can use wait_for() on any async operation. Why would you like to add a timeout on each async operation, while wait_for() is available?

Replace event.wait(timeout=60) with wait_for(event.wait(), 60).

Maybe we should put more examples using wait_for() on operations commonly used with a timeout?

Guido proposed to add a timeout for some operations, but with a different meaning: maximum time without getting new events, each new event resets the timeout. It was maybe on StreamReader.readline() which uses multiple async read until it gets a full line.
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