[Stackless] stackless.run() returns tuple????

Paul Sijben sijben at eemvalley.com
Mon Jul 16 07:54:03 CEST 2007


Christian,

under which conditions is run supposed to exit?

Christian Tismer wrote:
> 
> On 15.07.2007, at 11:13, Paul Sijben wrote:
> 
>> I will send some sample code when I reproduce it reliably in a testscript.
>>
>>
>> However what I am seeing is that val=stackless.run() at some random 
>> point terminates and then val contains: (a float,(1,[]))
>>
>> This is the format I use in the channels I use as queues, the float is 
>> the result of calling time.time()
>>
> 
> As I see it in stacklessmodule.c:242 there might be a bug in run,
> no idea yet why it is there.
> 
> err = retval == NULL;
> 
> Run should return None or the interrupted tasklet if a timeout was
> given. In no case what you got. I need to look a bit...
> 
> ciao -- chris
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