compat has some code (cache_output dict, cache_output(), flush_output_cache() methods and some others) which enables caching of the output stream during asynchronous processes. This should be re-implemented to prevent mangling or hidden output.
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- T280466: redirect.py: Script freezes without finishing processing pages
T145371: generate_user_files.py does not extract config sections
T147178: Edit counter gives wrong result in replace.py
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- T73646: replace.py: async output messages jumbled with user interaction on main thread
T74942: replace.py display_edit_counter throws AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'output'
T132135: template.py does not show when a page is saved
T144698: Missing warning for the anti-spam filter error
T280466: redirect.py: Script freezes without finishing processing pages
T282962: ui_tests are failing on Travis
T228575: Decrease number of open tickets with assignee field set for more than two years (aka cookie licking) (March-June 2020 edition)
T151110: RFC: Regressions of core should be rethought or solved
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