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    approaching a less awful solution · d118b4a7
    Daniel Stone authored
    When disabling an output, we _really_ want a synchronous disable, so we
    can have the output turned off and immediately throw away all the state
    we had for it. The alternative to this is tracking a 'disable issued but
    not finished' state, which doesn't seem great? That's basically what
    I've done here, badly.
    
    When destroying an output, we can just jettison our state immediately,
    and not bother trying to disable anything. This bit isn't really done.
    d118b4a7
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