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Author martin.panter
Recipients Paulo Costa, gvanrossum, martin.panter, vstinner, yselivanov
Date 2016-02-03.04:52:33
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Maybe I misunderstand the asyncio protocols, transports, streams, etc too :) but last time I looked they all seemed to buffer your write data and send it in the background. E.g. in the echo-client-using-streams example, there is a writer.write() call that does not use “yield from”.

Does asyncio have an easy way for a coroutine to write to a socket (or file descriptor) and block (suspend the coroutine) until the write has finished (or the data fits into a finite buffer)? E.g. how would you upload a multi-megabyte file?
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