[Python-Dev] Stackless Python

Michael Hudson mwh at python.net
Wed Jun 2 05:46:31 EDT 2004

"Martin v. Löwis" <martin at v.loewis.de> writes:

> Bob Ippolito wrote:
>> Well the tasklet/channel model of Stackless is a single threaded
>> version of CSP, which has at least one Java implementation:
>> http://wotug.kent.ac.uk/parallel/languages/java/jcsp/
> However, JCSP uses java.lang.Threads to implement concurrency. So they
> are completely unlike Stackless' tasklets in their implementation
> strategy.
>> That, of course, doesn't cover every single function that the
>> Stackless API currently exposes, but tasklets/channels are the
>> raison d'etre.
> That sounds strange. I would have expected that the reason for Stackless
> Python is to have no stack, not to have tasklets.




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