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tarpc/src/server/in_flight_requests.rs CHANGED
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  let mut abortable_future = Box::new(Abortable::new(pending::<()>(), abort_registration));
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- assert_eq!(in_flight_requests.cancel_request(0), true);
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  assert_matches!(
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  abortable_future.poll_unpin(&mut noop_context()),
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  Poll::Ready(Err(_))
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