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|/// Observes a run loop to detect any stalling or blocking that occurs.|
|/// This class is thread-safe.|
|@interface GHRunLoopWatchdog : NSObject|
|/// Initializes the receiver to watch the specified run loop, using a default|
|/// stalling threshold.|
|/// Initializes the receiver to detect when the specified run loop blocks for|
The documentation 188.8.131.52. "Asynchronous generator-iterator methods" is phrased really ambiguously. To make matters worse,
typing.AsyncGenerator is not specified fully correctly.
Here, I attempt to more clearly capture the actual interface contract, based on what I've read and observed. See also PEP 492 -- Coroutines with async and await syntax and PEP 525 -- Asynchronous Generators.
This might be useful to implement lower-level behaviors than you can with
async for, like sending values into the generator function.
TSend = TypeVar('TSend', contravariant=True)