[Stackless] parallel processing

KevinL darius at obsidian.com.au
Fri Oct 11 05:01:10 CEST 2002

I had a project called Moebius that provided something similar - shared
space for python scripting, objects that could reference other objects,
attempted capability-based security between the objects.  Always wanted
to add stackless into the mix, and now with Python2.2 and Zope3 code
floating around, it'd be worth re-doing from scratch, just about.  It
was being used as a mud...

There's a tarball of the cvs tree at
http://www.obsidian.com.au/~darius/moebius.tgz if anyone's curious, but
I make no representations that the code is particularly useful or
readable - the project's been dormant for about a year now.

Maybe if I get time, I'll get back to it, or get involved in a similar
project - there's some neat challenges in getting a good distributed
multi-user coding environment up and running, and stackless adds a lot
to what can be done, imnsho.


On Thu, 2002-10-10 at 01:55, Richard Emslie wrote:
> On Wed, 9 Oct 2002, Stephan Diehl wrote:
> > >...
> > > It would be interested to know if there are any other such projects.  If
> > > anyone is interested in Odin (it's just a hobby right now), lets us know.
> >
> > Sounds very interesting. Do you have some more (written) information about
> > that?
> Source code ? ;-)
> Sorry, but been working indepently on this behind closed doors for 2 years
> - so pretty much it is all in my head.
> Once things are in a reasonable state will knock up a web site with
> a design document and code (although the design seems to change
> dramatically every 6 months).  Hopefully get this done by the end of the
> month.
> Cheers,
> Richard
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