Created on 2016-09-06.21:30:13 by zyasoft, last changed 2018-03-24.07:42:01 by jeff.allen.
||Author: Jim Baker (zyasoft)
See related http://bugs.python.org/issue8498, which was fixed in 2010.
This impacts the tests used by the latest version of requests. The relevant code in tests/testserver/server.py in the Server class:
sock = socket.socket()
I believe this only impacts test usage - you really only want your server to just accept just *one* connection?!! - so it's an unfortunate annoyance that shouldn't slip 2.7.1. The requests package itself seems to continue to work fine, at least as use by pip.
|2018-03-24 07:42:01||jeff.allen||set||milestone: Jython 2.7.2 -> |
|2017-06-23 16:54:39||zyasoft||set||priority: normal|
|2016-09-19 04:33:37||zyasoft||set||title: Jython does support socket.listen(0) for accepting only one connection -> Jython does NOT support socket.listen(0) for accepting only one connection|