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Author rhettinger
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Date 2017-09-05.22:19:27
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To handle the logging.handlers.QueueHandler case, the SimpleQueue needs a put_nowait() method (see line 1959 of Lib/logging/

[Mike Bayer]
> I noticed it's very hard to find documentation on exactly when
> gc might run.

The answer I got from the other coredevs is that GC can trigger whenever a new GCable object is allocated (pretty much any container or any pure python object).
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