tismer at stackless.com
Wed Jan 28 21:00:46 CET 2004
stacklesspython at dfackrell.mailshell.com wrote:
>>From Christian Tismer <tismer at stackless.com> on 23 Jan 2004:
>>Bob Ippolito wrote:
>>>I see the scheduler doesn't have any methods, is it deprecated or
>>It is unfinished, and since I while I think to deprecate it.
>>But it depends. The idea was to do a quite general
>>definition of what a scheduler should do, and to implement
>>them through it.
>>The "normal" scheduling operatiosn would then be the default
>>implementations found in the scheduler.
>>Unfortunately, I didn't get enough input yet, neither to
>>finish the scheduler, not to deprecate it.
> Exactly what sort of input are you seeking? Preferences for
> how to juggle tasklets of varying priorities? Types of
> interfaces into the scheduler? Built-in events that would
> cause a tasklet to be scheduled?
Yes, all of that. Also discussion of the existing functions,
how they make sense and how they don't. I don't want
to blur Stackless with all kinds of stuff, but provide the
necessary basis to implement things upon, with time critical
things implemented in C.
But I need other people's thoughts on how to proceed.
> I'm sorry if this sounds like nonsense. I'm really not
> terribly familiar with the issues involved and have only
> been lurking for a few months so far.
Made very much sense - thx -- chris
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