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Author gvanrossum
Recipients Alex.Willmer, Roman.Evstifeev, giampaolo.rodola, gvanrossum, pitrou, vstinner, xdegaye, yselivanov
Date 2016-05-01.17:36:54
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Where is the patch that adds android_ver()? At the very least that should be listed as a dependency here.

I don't very much like to have changes to asyncio that can only work in Python 3.6; there's still an upstream version ( that is used to do PyPI releases of asyncio for Python 3.3. I try to keep that in sync with the stdlib on all platforms, otherwise figuring out whether any changes need to be packported is a nightmare.

You might also update the comment somewhere that currently states that reuse_port is not supported on Windows.

PS. It amuses me that each platform apparently has a different way to check (there are three different types of platform checks in the lines you change).
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