[Stackless] a stackless crash
tismer at stackless.com
Sun Nov 4 00:57:59 CET 2007
Richard Tew wrote:
> On 11/2/07, Kristján Valur Jónsson <kristjan at ccpgames.com> wrote:
>> Attached are the files for easy repro.
>> Build _crash.cpp into a _crash_d.pyd, place it next to crash.py and do:
>> python_d crash.py
>> You may want to set a breakpoint in channelobject.c, line 29, to catch the point where the tasklet is unlinked from the channel and left to die.
> My vote would go for channel_clear explicitly killing the tasklets
> blocked on the given channel. What I take from this bug is that it is
> not enough to hope that they die, we need to engage in some tasklet
> euthanasia for the common good.
But how to do that?
You cannot avoid to revive them, and you cannot stop from
catching an exception. They can even re-insert themselves into
the channel, immediately.
Maybe it is necessary to make all stackless-related functions
fail for dying tasklets during destruction?
I think there is this zombie flag. We might use that to
thinking more -- chris
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