Thank you for information.
I'll look it, hopefully in next week.
2016/10/15 午前2:24 "Julien Duponchelle" <jul...@gns3.net>:
> On Sun, Oct 9, 2016 at 8:06 AM Naoki INADA <songofaca...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've just pushed C implementation of asyncio.Future .
>> It will be included in Python 3.6b2.
>> It may have rough edge. But I hope it will be battle tested
>> before Python 3.6.0.
>> Please help us by running your tests on Python 3.6b2, and
>> report issues you found.
>> If you have asyncio based project, and it uses Travis-CI,
>> please add "nightly" to your .travis.cnf .
>> Feedback about performance difference is also welcome.
>> : https://hg.python.org/cpython/rev/678424183b38
>>  https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/languages/python/#
> I have setup a 3.6 build on Travis of our project GNS3 and it seem to fail.
> To be honest I didn't dig the issue and could be wrong usage of asyncio
> (or ugly mock in tests). But this could perhaps interest you.
> I think the most interresting test is:
> Because we test a websocket client server connection.
> Thanks a lot for your work
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