[Stackless] PyCon 2014 stackless sprints?
Kristján Valur Jónsson
kristjan at ccpgames.com
Mon Feb 24 11:49:02 CET 2014
Nice, I'm looking forward to visiting Montréal again, haven't been there for close to 20 years.
gEvent basically means letting gevent-compatible applications work with stackless. I was thinking that if we can have stacklesslib provide a gevent compatible library, then stackless could do evertying that cpython with gevent can. A lot of frameworks out there support gevent out of the box. Less so for stackless.
gevent is designed for easy integrating with file descriptors. It is currently built on top of libev http://software.schmorp.de/pkg/libev.html which should in theory give good behaviour on unix.
A gevent compatibility layer would mean writing a pure python equivalent. It would also be a useful exercise in how to write an IO-bound stackless application.
StacklessIO was my own version of something similar, many years ago. But it is un-extendable. And frankly, the windows "completion" based semantics are much harder to work with than unix "poll" semantics. C code that uses completion is not very extensable from python....
Anyway, I'm rambling. The idea was to see if we could make Stackless work as well as cpython with gevent :)
From: stackless-bounces at stackless.com [mailto:stackless-bounces at stackless.com] On Behalf Of Andrew Francis
Sent: 22. febrúar 2014 19:27
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Subject: Re: [Stackless] PyCon 2014 stackless sprints?
Well last week, I faxed my registration and have to mail a money order. If they accept it cool. If not, oh well. However I actually live in Montreal. So I don't see why I would have to register for sprints?
I would be interested in working on gEvent (whatever that exactly means) and/or Tulip compatibility. Is there anything in particular to look at in terms of integration?
Recently I have been working with socket.io and rabbit-mq (although we are a Python shop). Unfortunately I have been using Node.js. I would really really really prefer to use Stackless. Consequently I am going to look at gEvent socket.io (I think one of the guys that worked on this lives in Montreal).
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