On 27 October 2011 20:15, Arnaud Delobelle firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That article states that Python has coroutines as of 2.5 -- that's incorrect, isn't it?
Generator functions + trampoline = coroutines
If I understand, the cofunctions of this thread aren't coroutines as such, they are something intended to make writing coroutines easier in some way. My problem is that it's not at all obvious how they help. That's partly because the generator+trampoline idiom, although possible, is not at all common so that there's little in the way of examples, and even less in the way of common understanding, of how the idiom works and what problems there are putting it into practice.