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Jack Diederich <jackdied at gmail.com> added the comment:
Hey Frood, I'll take another look at it tomorrow when I am less addled. But as to context managers that are actual classes - I've not written a single one; they are always generator functions with a simple try/yield/except/finally in the body. After all state-is-state, and writing an __init__, __enter__, and __exit__ is just extra boilerplate for my common uses.
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