Author gregory.p.smith
Recipients gregory.p.smith, jorend, loewis, orenti, rhettg, sobomax
Date 2009-08-07.18:05:47
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realistically, file objects (Objects/fileobject.c) never raise EINTR as 
they use the C library fread/fwrite/fclose underneath.  Why should a 
socket based file object every be allowed to raise EINTR rather than 
handling it internally?

IMHO people should only expect to handle EINTR when doing 
socket.send/recv or os.read/write/close, not using a file-like object.
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