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Author akira
Recipients Andrew.Boettcher, ajaksu2, akira, astrand, cvrebert, ericpruitt, eryksun, giampaolo.rodola, gvanrossum, janzert, josiahcarlson, martin.panter, ooooooooo, parameter, r.david.murray, rosslagerwall, sbt, techtonik, v+python, vstinner, yselivanov
Date 2014-07-24.11:28:33
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In-reply-to <> (STINNER Victor's message of "Wed, 23 Jul 2014 23:51:34 +0000")
STINNER Victor <> writes:
>> I have implemented and would continue to lean towards continuing to
> hide BrokenPipeError on the additional API endpoints.
> FYI asyncio.Process.communicate() ignores BrokenPipeError and
> ConnectionResetError, whereas asyncio.Process.stdin.drain() (coroutine
> to wait until all bytes are written) raises a BrokenPipeError or
> ConnectionResetError if the child process exited. I think subprocess
> has the same design.

Do Popen.write_nonblocking() and Popen.read_nonblocking() methods
belong to the second category? Should they raise BrokenPipeError?
Date User Action Args
2014-07-24 11:28:33akirasetrecipients: + akira, gvanrossum, josiahcarlson, astrand, parameter, vstinner, techtonik, giampaolo.rodola, ajaksu2, ooooooooo, v+python, r.david.murray, cvrebert, ericpruitt, Andrew.Boettcher, rosslagerwall, sbt, martin.panter, janzert, yselivanov, eryksun
2014-07-24 11:28:33akiralinkissue1191964 messages
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