[Stackless] Stackless API (Custom Scheduling)

Christian Tismer tismer at stackless.com
Sun Feb 1 06:41:03 CET 2004


Esteban U. Caamano Castro wrote:

[about exceptions in channels]

> Anyway, I fully agree with your point. This, um,
> exception in the semantics of ch.send() looks
> especially pointless considering there is a separate
> .send_exception() method to do the job. My naive guess
> is that this is just historic baggage.
> 
> I too found exception raising through channels very
> handy. I think it would be cleanest that send()
> doesn't raise exceptions and keep .send_exception()
> for that (I'd rename it raise_exception though).

This doesn't help me, since the one is implemented
using the other :-)
What I actually would liek to achive is a simplification
of the send() code.
Maybe this is in fact possible, by decoupling send_exception.

ciao - chris

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