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Author jnsdrtlf
Recipients cheryl.sabella, hongweipeng, jnsdrtlf
Date 2020-03-29.19:22:40
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I'm still thinking about this bug/issue/undefined behaviour. Today I wanted to test its behaviour with async:

import inspect

class Foo:
    def __init__(self, bar):
        self._bar = bar

    async def spam(self):
        print('Called spam')
        return self._bar

if __name__ == '__main__':
    instance = Foo('eggs')
    members = inspect.getmembers(instance)


This will result in a RuntimeWarning:

RuntimeWarning: coroutine 'Foo.spam' was never awaited
  members = inspect.getmembers(instance)
RuntimeWarning: Enable tracemalloc to get the object allocation traceback

Sure, async properties might not be particularly beautiful or best-practice, but I frequently stumble upon code where getmembers would fail – just like this example. However, I am still clueless about what to do.
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