[docs] [issue34369] kqueue.control() documentation and implementation mismatch
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Tal Einat <taleinat at gmail.com> added the comment:
In Python 3.8 this will have already been fixed (thanks to the recent conversion of the select module to use Argument Clinic); see below output from a recent build from the master branch.
Given that, is this worth fixing on 2.7 and <3.8?
Help on built-in function control:
control(changelist, maxevents, timeout=None, /) method of select.kqueue instance
Calls the kernel kevent function.
Must be an iterable of kevent objects describing the changes to be made
to the kernel's watch list or None.
The maximum number of events that the kernel will return.
The maximum time to wait in seconds, or else None to wait forever.
This accepts floats for smaller timeouts, too.
versions: +Python 3.6
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