[Stackless] announcing Concurrence Framework
senn at maya.com
Fri Jan 16 19:25:55 CET 2009
On Jan 16, 2009, at 1:03 PM, Denis Bilenko wrote:
> I spent some time with eventlet, a networking library built on top of
> greenlet (for CPython).
> It has the exact same goals as you stated below and aims to provide
> the same set of services.
> Here's an example that can get you feel of the library
> I wonder if there are any reasons to prefer Concurrence to Eventlet.
> Is there anything that greenlets fundamentally cannot do that
> Stackless can?
> Is there something Concurrence can do that Eventlet will never be
> able to?
> Maybe there's stability/performance difference?
Functionally there is not a lot of theoretical difference,
aside from a few "conveniences". :-)
However Greenlet relies solely on stack-bashing for tasklet switching.
in many cases, Stackless's ability to "unroll" of the eval loop ("soft
have better performance characteristics.
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