Even I, as a strong advocate for it's inclusion think I should finish the PEP and outline all of the questions/issues that may come out of it.
On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 1:37 PM, Facundo Batista firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
2008/3/20, Andrew McNabb email@example.com:
Since we officially encourage people to spawn processes instead of threads, I think that this would be a great idea. The processing module has a similar API to threading. It's easy to use, works well, and most importantly, gives us some place to point people to when they complain about the GIL.
I'm +1 to include the processing module in the stdlib.
just avoid confussions, with these libraries with alike names, I'm meaning this  module, the one that emulates the semantics of threading module.
Does anybody has strong reasons for this module to not get included?
-- . Facundo
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