[Stackless] micro-threads & co-routines

Christian Tismer tismer at appliedbiometrics.com
Sun Oct 15 13:31:50 CEST 2000

Dirk-Ulrich Heise wrote:
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: "Christian Tismer" <tismer at appliedbiometrics.com>
> [me:]
> > > > >A completely different question: All these concepts by
> > > > >Christian seem to be very complex. Did somebody
> > > > >consider modeling them using Python, that is, create a sort of
> > > > >prototype engine that would allow testing them before the C
> > > > >coding starts? Just asking for curiosity.
> >
> [Chris:]
> > According to Gordon's comment below: This would be simple,
> > after rewriting the whole Python interpreter in Python (and
> > the latter is not so simple:)
> I thought of a stripped-down prototype - an interpreter
> that would be designed to "work like the CPython interpreter",
> without actually being a full Python implementation. I'm just
> playing  with a tiny FORTH engine i wrote in Python, and that
> one needs an interpreter loop, as well.


Ooh-kay. That changes a lot (and is a completely different story).
Jean-Claude Wippler is currently doing something *very* similar
to that. I think you two should get in contact.
I forwarded your message to him.

ciao - chris

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