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Author pitrou
Recipients JohanAR, davin, gvanrossum, itamarst, ncoghlan, pitrou, python-dev, rhettinger, sbt, serhiy.storchaka, tim.peters, yselivanov, zzzeek
Date 2017-08-22.22:05:09
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After experimenting a bit more with this approach, I now realize that the case where a get() is waiting and gets interrupted by a put() call is not handled properly: there is no obvious way for the get() call to realize (when the interruption finishes) that the queue is now non-empty and can be popped from.

So perhaps we need C code after all.
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