One will come with Tulip (http://code.google.com/p/tulip/), assuming we can get PEP 3156 accepted at least as "experimental" and the core Tulip code in the stdlib. At the moment the IOCP code there is pretty specialized for use with Tulip -- but if you want to help extracting the IOCP code from there for inclusion into the stdlib that would be great!


On Tue, Sep 10, 2013 at 3:58 AM, 张佩佩 <zhangpeipei812@outlook.com> wrote:
Hello:
        I wondering why there is no standard IOCP module in Python ?
As I know: Python3 have support epoll in linux and kqueue in freebsd.
Is there a plan to add IOCP module for Windows ?

Regards!
peipei
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