Current Python lacks support for "aio_*" syscalls to do async IO. I think this could be a nice addition for python 3.3.
If you agree, I will create an issue in the tracker. If you think the idea is of no value, please say so for me to move on. Maybe an 3th party module, but I think this functionality sould be available in core python.
Well, if you think this is interesting, it would be nice if you could do a bit more research instead of just filing issues for us to solve. After all, you probably already have an idea about why this is useful, how to interface it into the stdlib, etc. Just saying "we should expose these functions" doesn't bring a lot of added value IMO (there are many system functions which could be exposed and currently aren't).
Also, the canonical way to do file I/O in Python 3 is the
therefore it would be a bit of a shame to have separate, non-integrated
Also, since the
io lib is already supposed to support non-blocking
IO, perhaps it would be valuable to stress this support and propose any
interesting patches for fixing and/or improving it.