[Python-3000] [patch] io.py improvements
Guido van Rossum
guido at python.org
Sat Aug 25 18:40:06 CEST 2007
Would you mind uploading this to the new tracker at bugs.python.org?
And you can close the predecessor of the patch there (unless you want
to reuse that one).
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On 8/25/07, Christian Heimes <lists at cheimes.de> wrote:
> The patch improves io.py and socket.py's SocketIO:
> * I've removed all asserts and replaces them by explict raises
> * I've added four convenient methods _check_readable, _check_writable,
> _check_seekable and _check_closed. The methods take an optional msg
> argument for future usage.
> * unit tests for the stdin.name ... and io.__all__.
> open problems:
> The io.__all__ tuple contains a reference to SocketIO but SocketIO is in
> socket.py. from io import * fails. Should the facade SocketIO class
> moved to io.py or should SocketIO be removed from io.__all__?
> The predecessor of the patch was discussed in the sf.net bug tracker
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