Reducing Python's memory footprint?
aahz at netcom.com
Wed Feb 23 17:50:19 EST 2000
In article <38B3AA6A.C85FA919 at wolfpack2000.com>,
Joel Hatch <joel at wolfpack2000.com> wrote:
>Is there any way to reduce Python's memory footprint? Or maybe to set up
>some sort of Python-script server? To get a single copy of Python to
>simultaneously interpret several independent scripts?
Look at Medusa/asyncore. If the scripts might take a while to churn,
take a look at Zope's Zserver.
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