[Stackless] Google Summer of Code - PSF / Time is Short
Carlos Eduardo de Paula
carlosedp at gmail.com
Fri Mar 23 13:42:56 CET 2007
Yes, my point was running both loops at the same time.. to have
tasklets and the twisted deferreds running concurrently.
On 3/22/07, Marcus <shutterbug at dwx.com> wrote:
> > Carlos, on this point we disagree. I initially
> > proposed the tasklooping approach months ago. Since
> > then, I had written cases using task looping that
> > caused the reactor to fail. If I can find the time, I
> > will write a simplified case to replicate the problem.
> > In regards to what I was developing, I don't know how
> > healthy it was to call schedule() from a callback.
> To me there's a distinction between the way you want to integrate
> Twisted and Stackless: If you want Stackless to be used to supplement
> the way you handle Twisted callbacks (e.g. you don't need Stackless
> tasklets to constantly run), blockOn/deferredTasklet do just fine. But
> if you want tasklets to continually run while twisted runs (the two
> reactors sharing time), that's a different situation.
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