[Stackless] Google Summer of Code - PSF / Time is Short
Carlos Eduardo de Paula
carlosedp at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 23:06:31 CET 2007
Good to hear that in some cases the approach I'm using is not the most
effective and guaranteed... It would be great to point out the
problems with the loopingcall approach... probably you, Chris
Armstrong, Greg Hazel and others can show better approaches on this so
we can have a reliable and unified way to integrate both.
On 3/22/07, Andrew Francis <andrewfr_ice at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello Carlos :
> >I think the tasklet running the reactor and the
> >t.i.task loopingcall can handle it all, like Chris
> >Armstrong proposed some time ago when a member from
> >the list was creating a reactor for stackless...
> 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.
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