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Author yselivanov
Recipients anish.shah, brett.cannon, giampaolo.rodola, gvanrossum, marco.buttu, ned.deily, yselivanov
Date 2016-09-12.19:05:41
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Ned, would it be OK to commit this patch after b1?

async/await are scheduled to become real keywords in 3.7.  Right now they are only keywords in 'async def' blocks, meaning that it's OK to have a class with 'async' or 'await' attributes.

So this will be a backwards compatibility breaking change in 3.7.  This patch makes Python to emit a warning each time you use async or await as an attribute/variable/etc.
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