[Stackless] Re: Stackless Python is DEAD!
tismer at tismer.com
Sat Jan 19 00:18:13 CET 2002
Donn Cave wrote:
> | - Stackless breaks its major axiom now. It is no longer
> | platform independent, since it *does* modify the C stack.
> | I will support all Intel platforms by myself. For other
> | platforms, I'm asking for volunteers.
> I just have to say, that sounds like the worst idea. I have
> only dabbled with Stackless, and if I'm the only one left out
> because of this, small loss. But I can't believe this is going
> to be an acceptable solution.
What do you mean by acceptable?
The 95 percent of users who get their solution
in time will for sure accept it. Who else is relevant?
I have better plans with my future than porting this
*very* difficult code for every new Python version.
It is much more efficient for us all to go the new way.
ciao - chris
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