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#18855: persist the runserver socket through reloads #304

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@dlamotte

Using livereload (livereload.com) with Django becomes painful when
updating a file immediately results in reloading the webpage AND
the Django dev server. There is a short period of time when the dev
server is not listening as it is busy reloading (frequently hit
when using livereload).

This is exacerabated with larger projects as reload time is longer.

dlamotte added some commits Aug 24, 2012
@dlamotte dlamotte persist the runserver socket through reloads
Using livereload (livereload.com) with Django becomes painful when
updating a file immediately results in reloading the webpage AND
the Django dev server.  There is a short period of time when the dev
server is not listening as it is busy reloading (frequently hit
when using livereload).

This is exacerabated with larger projects as reload time is longer.
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@dlamotte dlamotte test for platform support of socket.fromfd 25febb4
@aaugustin
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I'm going to close this PR because it's unfinished (no docs, no tests) and it's been hanging there for some time.

See https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/18855#comment:7 for more information.

@aaugustin aaugustin closed this Feb 1, 2013
@unaizalakain

Why isn't it possible to just call super? A comment about would help.

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