Eric van Riet Paap
eric2 at vanrietpaap.com
Thu Oct 10 09:34:20 CEST 2002
It's the fact that chan.send() is followed by another chan.send(),
that's what I mean by hardcoded. What I would prefer to do is send to
all current receivers. something like:
for i in range(chan.numberOfCurrentReceivers):
chan.sendall() #or chan.broadcast()
I have looked at the docstrings to see if this information is available
but I couldn't find it. I, for a moment, thought channel.queue would be
what I was looking for!
On Wednesday, October 9, 2002, at 10:15 PM, Christian Tismer wrote:
> Eric van Riet Paap wrote:
>> in test/chantest.py it is hardcoded that there are two tasks
>> listening to channel named 'chan' (two chan.send(...) in a row). What
>> would be the easiest/best way to remove the hardcoding in this case?
> I don't understand what your problem is.
> What is hardcoded?
> The name "chan" happens to be the same in the receiver function
> and in the main, but that's just my laziness.
> What hardcoding would you like to remove?
> ciao - chris
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