[Python-Dev] Re: [Stackless] comments on PEP 219
pedroni at inf.ethz.ch
Wed Mar 14 16:41:03 CET 2001
First of all I should admit I ignore what have been discussed
at IPC9 about Stackless Python.
My plain question (as jython developer): is there a real intention
to make python stackless in the short term (2.2, 2.3...)
AFAIK then for jython there are three option:
1 - Just don't care
2 - A major rewrite with performance issues (but AFAIK nobody has
the resources for doing that)
3 - try to implement some of the highlevel offered features through threads
(which could be pointless from a performance point of view:
e.g. microthreads trough threads, not that nice).
The option are 3 just for the theoretical sake of compatibility
(I don't see the point to port python stackless based code to jython)
or 1 plus some amount of frustration <wink>. Am I missing something?
The problem will be more serious if the std lib will begin to use
heavily the stackless features.
regards, Samuele Pedroni.
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