[Stackless] sufficiantly large stackless example/program

Stephan Diehl stephan.diehl at gmx.net
Mon May 19 17:41:03 CEST 2008


Hi Andrew,

thanks a lot. The pypy.lib.stackless (on top of cpython) dies after 
opening process 110. This is exactly what I was looking for.

Cheers

Stephan

Andrew Francis wrote:
> Hi Stephan:
>
> Enclosed is a Toy WS-BPEL processor that is suppose to
> accompany the slides in my PyCon 2008 talk,
> "Adventures in Stackless Python / Twisted
> Integration." Perhaps the only problem is that you
> need Twisted
> Tell me how it works out.
>
> to use it, have web clients do a HTTP get on
> http://localhost:8000/some-number-from-0-to-999
>
> I have bigger WS-BPEL prototypes - but they are not
> different in the sense that they do not exercise much
> of the Stackless API outside of perhaps pickling.
>
> Meanwhile I had downloaded PyPy but I haven't started
> using it. I guess this is a good time.
>
> Do you need examples that play with stuff like
> tasklet.remove(), insert() etc?
>
> Cheers,
> Andrew
>
>
>
>
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