[Stackless] Stackless alpha for X86/Linux
tismer at tismer.com
Fri Mar 1 19:43:17 CET 2002
I'm happy to tell you that I have a working new Stackless
that works both under Windows and Linux/X86.
The assembly code is only four lines each, everything
else is done in C.
The real functionality isn't yet implemented. The announced
proclets are missing, and the interface will change.
There are a few ridiculous test programs in PCbuild.
The only thing that works now is switching tasklets,
but this is the essential thing.
All relevant stuff is in the Stackless folder.
You can get the whole thing via cvs:
CVSROOT=:pserver:anonymous at tismer.com:/home/cvs
cvs -z9 co stackless
Please make sure to uncomment stackless at the end of
Modules/Setup. Otherwise you will have the Stackless
behavior (recursion etc), but no access to tasklets.
Martin, the assembly will not change again, you might
want to start your port. (probably more lines :-))
will take a few days rest - ciao - chris
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