[New-bugs-announce] [issue16597] close not being called with context manager on IOError when device is full.
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Mon Dec 3 00:24:53 CET 2012
New submission from John-John Tedro:
In 3.2.2 and 3.2.3 on linux64, when running the following code.
print("Writing to /dev/full")
with open("/dev/full", "w") as f:
f.write("Write to full device")
print("Catch, file closed?")
strace -e close ~/usr/python3.2.3/bin/python3 test.py
Writing to /dev/full
Catch, file closed?
close(3) = 0
The file descriptor being used (3) to attempt writing to /dev/full is not closed until the process exits.
I expected this to be closed when leaving the context manager.
title: close not being called with context manager on IOError when device is full.
versions: Python 3.2
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