On 2017-09-23 10:45, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
On Fri, 22 Sep 2017 19:09:01 -0600 Eric Snow email@example.com wrote:
Please elaborate. I'm interested in understanding what you mean here. Do you have some subinterpreter-based concurrency improvements in mind? What aspect of CSP is the PEP following too faithfully?
See below the discussion of blocking send()s :-)
As to "running_interpreters()" and "idle_interpreters()", I'm not sure what the benefit would be. You can compose either list manually with a simple comprehension:
[interp for interp in interpreters.list_all() if interp.is_running()] [interp for interp in interpreters.list_all() if not interp.is_running()]
There is a inherit race condition in doing that, at least if interpreters are running in multiple threads (which I assume is going to be the overly dominant usage model). That is why I'm proposing all three variants.
An alternative to 3 variants would be: