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tiangolo commented Jun 12, 2020

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webknjaz commented Nov 30, 2019

Long story short

I've been using low-level machinery exposed by aiohttp for my framework.
When I learned about handle_signals=True I started testing it and it turned out that my process always exited with return code 1 on SIGTERM and SIGINT.

This was confusing and I thought that it's a bug. But then, after diving into the code deeper, I realized that with this option enabled, aioht

usernein commented May 29, 2020

Example of usage:

users = await User.filter(first_name__ilike="c%r")

I know this can be done with startswith and endswith, but there are cases where using the LIKE operator is better:

users = await User.filter(first_name__ilike="j_r%")

This would be used to match Jeremy, Jorge, Jordan...

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