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Author jmadden
Recipients Jonathan Kamens, Paolo Veglia, jmadden, marcjofre, martin.panter, pje
Date 2016-04-03.20:24:21
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Django uses a `wsgiref.simple_server` to serve requests, which in turn uses `socketserver.StreamRequestHandler` to implement its `WSGIRequestHandler`. That base class explicitly turns off buffering for writes (`wbufsize = 0` is the class default which gets passed to `socket.makefile`). So that explains how there's no `BufferedWriter` wrapped around the `SocketIO` instance.
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