[Python-Dev] Stackless Preview

Christian Tismer tismer at appliedbiometrics.com
Wed Jun 9 15:08:38 CEST 1999

Tim Peters wrote:
> [Christian Tismer]
> > ...
> > If it's none of the three above, I'd be happy to get a hint if I
> > should continue, or if and what I should change.
> Sorry, Chris!  Just a case of "no time" here.  Of *course* you should
> continue, and Guido should pop in with an encouraging word too -- or a
> "forget it".

Yup, I know this time problem just too good.
Well, I think I got something in between. I was warned
before, so I didn't try to write final code, but I managed
to prove the concept.

I *will* continue, regardless what anybody says.

> or-were-you-running-ndiff-under-the-stackless-python<wink>?-ly y'rs  - tim

I didn't use ndiff, but regular "diff", and it worked.
But since theere is not much change to the code, but
some significant change to the control flow, I found
the diff output too confusing. Windiff was always open
when I wrote that, to be sure that I didn't trample
on things which I didn't want to mess up. A good tool!

ciao - chris

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