[Python-Dev] Last chance!
tismer at tismer.com
Sun Dec 21 03:41:54 EST 2003
Raymond Hettinger wrote:
> Here is a head start on the research.
> The ceval.c use of tstate goes back to the introduction of generators in
> The use in traceback.c and sysmodule.c goes back to 1997 when
> per-thread globals were factored into a structure to support separate
> thread-state management.
> Prior to that, the history is more diffuse and harder to follow.
Thanks a lot.
I did a similar research on Friday, but for some reason it
was not accepted by python.org, as it appears.
(why, only 4 k, yours was 10?)
I will try to send it again.
My summary: f_tstate not needed!
ciao - chris
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