[Python-Dev] Splitting up the PVM
tismer at appliedbiometrics.com
Thu Jun 10 14:16:20 CEST 1999
Tim Peters wrote:
> [Christian Tismer, replying to Guido's enthusiasm <wink>]
> > I will write up my documentation now, and you will
still under some work :)
> > understand what the difficulties were. These will not
> > vanish, "stackless" is a brainteaser. My problem was not how
> > to change the code, but finally it was how to change
> > my brain. Now everything is just obvious.
> FWIW, I believe you! There's something *inherently* tricky about
> maintaining the effect of a stack without using the stack C supplies
> implicitly, and from all you've said and what I've learned of your code, it
> really isn't the code that's tricky here. You're making formerly-hidden
> connections explicit, which means more stuff is visible, but also means more
> power and flexibility *because* "more stuff is visible".
I knew you would understand me. Feeling much, much better now :-))
After this is finalized, restartable exceptions
might be interesting to explore. No, Chris, do the doco...
> > I *will* continue, regardless what anybody says.
> Ah, if that's how this works, then STOP! Immediately! Don't you dare waste
> more of our time with this crap <wink>.
Thanks, you fired me a continuation.
Here the way to get me into an endless loop:
Give me an unsolvable problem and claim I can't do that. :)
(just realized that I'm just another pluggable interpreter)
> want-some-money?-ly y'rs - tim
No, but meet you at least once in my life.
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