[pypy-dev] continuations (was: Stackless PyPy mini sprint 2007)
tismer at stackless.com
Mon Sep 17 15:25:30 CEST 2007
Carl Friedrich Bolz wrote:
> Christian Tismer wrote:
> [snip discussions about continuations]
>> Please don't continue this discussion on this list.
>> This is a stackless issue in the first place, not PyPy's.
>> I was just inviting people here to a sprint.
>> Stackless matters go to the stackless list.
>> See http://www.stackless.com/mailman/listinfo/stackless
>> Also the issue of continuations has been discussed at length there.
>> Please use this list for question about PyPy.
> While I agree with Christian's opinions that true continuations are
> probably a can of worms that you don't want to open, I don't see this
> discussion to be wrongly placed on this list. PyPy-dev is quite
> low-traffic and many of the things discussed here are "off-topic".
Ok, no problem, PyPy is the platform with the most chances
to do this right, so why not discuss it here.
I'd just prefer to change the topic then, since this is about a
stackless sprint to finish and clean up things which are waiting.
These things are going to be folded back into CPython stackless,
where the re-incarnation of continuations is pretty unlikely.
cheers - chris
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