[Stackless] The PyPy Stackless Module Re: Tasklet cleanup?

Christian Tismer tismer at stackless.com
Fri Jul 6 18:05:07 CEST 2012

Hi again, Andrew,

I'm going to fix stackless.py on pypy.

Can you maybe try your version if it already behaves correctly
when run on PyPy? Or does it also build upon the slightly
wrong version?

thanks & cheers -- Chris

On 7/6/12 4:37 PM, Andrew Francis wrote:
> Hi Christian:
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> Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2012 23:18:34 +0200
> From: Christian Tismer <tismer at stackless.com 
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> Cc: Herv? Coatanhay <herve.coatanhay at gmail.com 
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> Subject: Re: [Stackless] Tasklet cleanup?
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> >Just as a note:
> >the PyPy stackless module was not really maintained in years, and I
> >remember I had a more compliant version prepared, but lost interest
> >after the Jit became unsuitable for the stackless version.
> >Now it's time to finalize and correct this, because a Jit-enabled
> >stackless is in reach, again.
> >Will try to get to it, soon.
> A note. The last time I looked, the version of the PyPy Stackless
> module that took advantage of (single-shot) continuations. However unlike
> the older version, it took out greenlet support. I rather liked the way
> the code could execute over PyPy's coroutines or greenlets.
> As a sidenote. Myself I have two broad versions of stackless.py. One
> is in the Stackless repository that supports select(). I have a 
> variation where
> I experiment with improving Pike's select algorithm - I think it is too
> conservative.
> The second version that I haven't released since there is even less 
> interest than
> that the version with select, is my initial experiments with join 
> patterns. Since
> in the literature, the join implementation (and channel implements) 
> also uses STM
> and other lock-free techniques, I probably resume experimentation with 
> CPython-atomic
> as well as improve the API.
> Cheers,
> Andrew

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