Author ofekkir
Recipients asvetlov, ofekkir, yselivanov
Date 2021-06-10.05:55:58
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Following https://bugs.python.org/issue32751 I think wait_for should also wait for running coroutine in case it has been cancelled.

Example code:

import asyncio


async def inner():
    try:
        print(1)
        await asyncio.sleep(3600)
        print(2)
    except asyncio.CancelledError:
        print('inner - canc')
        raise


async def outer(f):
    try:
        print('a')
        # Version 1 - This creates the expected behaviour
        # await f
        # Version 2 - This creates the reversed behaviour
        await asyncio.wait_for(f, timeout=500)
        print('b')
    except asyncio.CancelledError:
        print('outer - canc')


@pytest.mark.asyncio
async def test_t1():
    t = asyncio.create_task(outer(inner()))
    done, pending = await asyncio.wait([t], timeout=1)
    t.cancel()

    await t

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I expect inner to be cancelled and awaited before outer is finished.
i.e., exepcted output:
1
inner - canc
outer - canc


While I get:
1
outer - canc
inner - canc
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