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Do you want to support asynchronous features for Python 3.3? #12

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quasiyoke commented Jan 7, 2016

asyncio supports Python 3.3, but should be installed from external sources in this case. aiohttp stopped supporting Python 3.3 at v. 0.17.4 but my programs works with it OK. I suppose you to decide this case.


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nickoala commented Jan 7, 2016

I don't want to support asyncio in Python 3.3, mainly because I don't want to test, and make my code compatible with, one more version of Python. I use the function BaseEventLoop.create_task() which is available only since 3.4.2. In fact, I chose to support async features from Python 3.4.3 on, mainly because that's the version I happened to get my hand on as I was writing them.

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