[Stackless] Ann: Stackless Python is DEAD! Long live Stackless Python
jeremy at zope.com
Sat Jan 19 00:38:37 CET 2002
>>>>> "CT" == Christian Tismer <tismer at tismer.com> writes:
CT> - Stackless breaks its major axiom now. It is no longer
CT> platform independent, since it *does* modify the C stack. I
CT> will support all Intel platforms by myself. For other
CT> platforms, I'm asking for volunteers.
What is it that you do to the C stack that makes this possible? Is
this a standard approach to implementing continuations for which you
can point us at some papers?
How OS-specific are the changes? Is it easy to support Linux, Windows
98, and Windows 2000 with the same code base?
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