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931557895 MDExOlB1bGxSZXF1ZXN0Njc5MDM1ODQ3 1386 Update asgiref requirement from <3.4.0,>=3.2.10 to >=3.2.10,<3.5.0 49699333 closed 0     1 2021-06-28T13:13:07Z 2021-07-11T01:36:19Z 2021-07-11T01:36:18Z CONTRIBUTOR simonw/datasette/pulls/1386

Updates the requirements on asgiref to permit the latest version.

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3.4.0 (2021-06-27)

  • Calling sync_to_async directly from inside itself (which causes a deadlock when in the default, thread-sensitive mode) now has deadlock detection.

  • asyncio usage has been updated to use the new versions of get_event_loop, ensure_future, wait and gather, avoiding deprecation warnings in Python 3.10. Python 3.6 installs continue to use the old versions; this is only for 3.7+

  • sync_to_async and async_to_sync now have improved type hints that pass through the underlying function type correctly.

  • All Websocket* types are now spelled WebSocket, to match our specs and the official spelling. The old names will work until release 3.5.0, but will raise deprecation warnings.

  • The typing for WebSocketScope and HTTPScope's extensions key has been fixed.

3.3.4 (2021-04-06)

  • The async_to_sync type error is now a warning due the high false negative rate when trying to detect coroutine-returning callables in Python.

3.3.3 (2021-04-06)

  • The sync conversion functions now correctly detect functools.partial and other wrappers around async functions on earlier Python releases.

3.3.2 (2021-04-05)

  • SyncToAsync now takes an optional "executor" argument if you want to supply your own executor rather than using the built-in one.

  • async_to_sync and sync_to_async now check their arguments are functions of the correct type.

  • Raising CancelledError inside a SyncToAsync function no longer stops a future call from functioning.

  • ThreadSensitive now provides context hooks/override options so it can be made to be sensitive in a unit smaller than threads (e.g. per request)

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