Alternatives to Stackless Python?
tismer at stackless.com
Thu Sep 29 03:05:44 CEST 2005
Peter Hansen wrote:
> simonwittber at gmail.com wrote:
>>>I found LGT http://lgt.berlios.de/ but it didn't seem as if the
>>>NanoThreads module had the same capabilites as stackless.
>>What specific capabilities of Stackless are you looking for, that are
>>missing from NanoThreads?
> While I can't speak for the OP, isn't it the case that the threadlets in
> Stackless (sorry, don't know what they are really called) are true
> threads in the sense of being able to switch contexts no matter how far
> down in a set of nested calls they might be? And that NanoThreads are
> simply generators, which means you can switch contexts only at the top
> level, with a yield statement?
> I don't know what the OP wants, but I could imagine that would be a
> pretty fundamental difference (if I'm right about Stackless).
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