[Stackless] Question about channels
tismer at tismer.com
Wed Oct 16 21:43:45 CEST 2002
Russ Cox wrote:
>>As far as I understand channels, they are always blocking, both with reading
>>and writing. Is there a possibility to make the channels nonblocking?
>>I was thinking about writing a network simulator (just for the fun of it) and
>>it would come in handy to represent a network node by a tasklet that has its
> Why does that mean you'd need nonblocking channels?
> What sorts of things do you expect to be doing?
> (I think you can easily get by having only one channel
> for each node, from which it gets inputs like packets,
> but maybe I'm missing something.)
No, that looks like the way to go for me.
> It would be nice to have an alt statement.
> Christian, is there any plan to do that?
Absolutely, it is on my schedule since months.
I have a concept for ALT on paper, PAR as well.
There are a number of things which I need to
implement them efficiently, like notification
and broadcast channels, tiny messenger objects
which can link one tasklet to multiple channels,
Will come next time, when I finished the IronPort port.
ciao - chris
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