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Author vstinner
Recipients Aleksey Kladov, gvanrossum, martin.panter, neologix, vstinner, yselivanov
Date 2015-11-22.13:52:05
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Aleksey Kladov: "To show surprising platform-dependent API behavior."

Hum ok, it makes sense :-) I agree that it would be better to have a portable behaviour in the selectors module which is supposed to be an abstraction providing a portable behaviour. We already wrote code to have the same behaviour when a file descriptor is closed (handle EBADF).

Aleksey Kladov: "I think this special case should also be mentioned in the docs."

I disagree, we can do better than documenting "bugs" :-)[], [], [], None) raise an OSError "An invalid argument was supplied" on Windows. I propose to use this behaviour on all platforms for all selectors.

I should be easy to write a patch in selectors, is anyone interested to write a patch?
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