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Author ncoghlan
Recipients Mark.Shannon, deleted0524, erik.bray, gregory.p.smith, jdemeyer, ncoghlan, njs, xgdomingo, yselivanov
Date 2017-09-07.03:43:54
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It isn't writing the test case that's the problem - the same technique we're using for the synchronous CM works for the asynchronous CM as well.

The problem is that unlike the synchronous CM, the DEFER_PENDING_UNTIL opcode isn't sufficient to make the async CM test case *pass*, as "async with" yields control back to the event loop at the YIELD_FROM points, and hence it's always going to be possible for signals to interrupt the transfer of control to and from __aenter__ or __aexit__, even if those methods are themselves implemented in C.
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