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andrewfr_ice at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 3 23:42:32 CET 2011
>I can't say I have any idea about how well these would fit in. I haven't
>written a state machine
Maybe state transition diagramme is a better term.
>sieve of erathosthenes, both sound more academic than practical to me.
>However, you're more onto what can be explained by each than me, so if you
>think you can incorporate them in a suitable way that demonstrates >something usefully.. then by all means do it and make a patch.
The sieve doesn't need a patch to Stackless. It is just an example. The sieve is useful because many languages with channels like to show how the sieve can be solved in a terse manner. The sieve example I have is useful because I altered it to support pickling.
>I look forward to seeing your already much appreciated patch for this as >well :-)
Printing out deadlock diagnostics is on my todo list to prototype with stackless.py :-) Once I can do it in stackless.py then I have a fairly good idea how to move it to Stackless Python.
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