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Originally reported by Anonymous
When I run coverage (in this case, using ‘nosetests --with-cover’), statistics are collected and reported for the ‘coverage’ package itself, with is not useful:
coverage.collector 80 4 5% 3-139, 146-169
It's (ideally) out of my control what modules are imported by coverage itself. Instead, this information should not be reported by default, or should not be collected in the first place.
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Fixed in <<changeset 39e8f1b96bd5 (bb)>>, see the comment there.
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Made the timeout context managers yield the cancel scope
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