[Stackless] An idea for making Stackless more naturally

radix at twistedmatrix.com radix at twistedmatrix.com
Tue Sep 5 16:02:57 CEST 2006

On 01:18 pm, andrewfr_ice at yahoo.com wrote:
>>Well, I personally do not know much about, or have
>>much interest in Twisted and cannot see myself ever
>>personally supporting Stackless use with Twisted.
>But >it sounds like you are well into this,
>I am still learning Twisted myself. And WS-BPEL
>processors really push the web services envelop. I
>need all the high level that I can get.
>I find it great that I can get a decent HTTP server
>and client and get it to work with Stackless with very
>few tricks. Again, I am keen on Twisted because it is
>a well supported and popular framework in the Python
>community. Richard I think Stackless/Twisted have the
>makings of a killer combination.
>>and anything you can provide which
>>makes Stackless something appealing to someone using
>>Twisted (the ability to write natural blocking calls
>>without having to use deferreds or generators should
>>be enough IMO) would be appreciated.
>Richard, I haven't used deferred lists yet but I find
>the deferred work really well with Stackless. At most,
>there are minor changes I would like to see in Twisted
>to make it a bit neater to pass a channel, but that is
>not a Stackless problem.

You might want to check out http://www.stackless.com/wiki/TwistedOnStackless
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