Author terry.reedy
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Date 2020-07-18.01:43:48
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I think that the answer is maybe, eventually, and if so, an ioring module that any event framework can use and a separate asyncio module for its use with asyncio.  I say maybe because the lwn article suggests that additions and revisions might continue for a decade or more.  A pypi py_iorin wrapper for lib_ioring might need revision with each Linux x.y release for a long time.

The opening question could have been raised on the python-ideas or possibly pydev lists.  Since this list is for patches to cpython, creating and maintaining a py_ioring package on pypi should be discussed elsewhere.  In the meanwhile, this issue could be closed as 'later' ("Issue is to be worked on in a later release cycle.").
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