[Stackless] Tasklet delays

Jeremy Stott tins.jeremy at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 04:32:35 CET 2009

> It polls just by being in the normal queue, it always runs, and yes it
> is basically doing the same thing as your
> >> > while (time.time() < timeStart + 2):
> >> >     stackless.schedule()
> example, but since it is the *only* one doing it, I can have as many
> tasklets as I want waiting while it handles all timekeeping.  When I
> add a tasklet to the timekeeper internal queue, just sort it based on
> time then a simple comparison each loop is perfect.
> I think the eve demo code had such an example actually now that I think of
> it.

Ok, it does make much more sense to only have a single tasklet polling for
the time. And also will have to watch out for the top posting, thanks :)

On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 4:15 PM, Richard Tew <richard.m.tew at gmail.com>wrote:

> Like most things you do with Stackless, you would do this by blocking
> the tasklet on a channel.
> The Stackless Examples project has source code for a variety of
> purposes.  For instance, if you take a look at the following page, the
> normal and alternative scheduling examples, you can probably see sleep
> implementations within them.
> http://code.google.com/p/stacklessexamples/wiki/StacklessExamples
> Cheers,
> Richard.

Great, thank you for the link, some examples are just what I need.


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