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Author eryksun
Recipients eryksun, malin, paul.moore, steve.dower, tim.golden, zach.ware, Александр Виноградов
Date 2021-03-12.18:43:40
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Hanging on a synchronous console file during startup shouldn't be an issue in 3.6+, since io._WindowsConsoleIO doesn't support seeking, but it could still be an issue with legacy mode, which uses io.FileIO. I'm marking this as a duplicate of bpo-34780, which has more information. It's basically the same problem that seeking should only be supported for files opened for physical disks, volumes, and regular data files in mounted filesystems -- for which its meaningful, useful, and not vulnerable to hanging indefinitely if the file is blocked on a synchronous I/O request (e.g. a read request from a pipe or console input, which might never complete).
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