[pypy-dev] question on rpython stack reconstruction feature
yung2.alan at gmail.com
Thu May 28 23:36:51 CEST 2009
> What I'm trying to do there is this:
> In the freeze() function, I want to stop executing the current python
> function, and copy the (python) frame stack, and unroll the python frame
> stack *and* interpreter level stack frame.
> In the resume() function, I want to continue executing the python function
> copied in freeze() function and reconstruct interpreter level stack using
> resume_state_create() and resume_state_invoke() function.
> I think you forgot to answer why are you doing it?
> I don't know much about stackless but this seems very similar to what
> stackless does on pypy (which has stackless at the rpython/interpreter
Except that I'm playing with the main thread stack.
I'm just playing with stackless feature, and I see no reason this should not
> Leonardo Santagada
> santagada at gmail.com
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