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Mon Sep 26 19:21:51 CEST 2011
From: Armin Rigo <arigo at tunes.org>
To: Andrew Francis <andrewfr_ice at yahoo.com>
Cc: Александр Седов <elec.lomy.ru at gmail.com>; "pypy-dev at python.org" <pypy-dev at python.org>
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2011 9:05 AM
Subject: Re: [pypy-dev] Stacklets
>Feel free to propose concrete improvements.
Welll the easiest thing to do is to see if import _continuation fails. And if it does fail, try to import
greenlets. Also keep the old greenlet code. This is very much the way the previous stackless.py
>As I said already, I implemented the code so far but I don't really
>have deep interest myself in this feature. If someone wants seriously
>to start working on it, I can give a few hints.
I would be happy to work with other folks that are interested in the stackless.py module. I have a
patchy knowledge of PyPy but a decent knowledge of stackless.py and stackless. Let me study continuations and the existing stackless.py module. In
this fashion, I can make every hint I ask count.
> Otherwise, I'm sorry but I'm not going to take an active part in design discussions about
>how stackless features could be improved.
As discussed on IRC, I think an approach that would work is fork stackless.py in two. One branch would be conventional. That that, it would track C basedStackless but incorporate stuff like continuelets and bug fixes and more conservative features.
The other branch would be experimental. Wilder stuff would be done there.
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