Is Stackless Python DEAD?
frederic.giacometti at arakne.com
Tue Nov 6 04:52:59 CET 2001
> Frederic Giacometti <frederic.giacometti at arakne.com> wrote:
> >This words seems to point out that the actual reason is not technical...
> >This is definitely not a word from the realm of engineering, but more
> >someone sense of his core self being disturbed by an outsider.
> Not at all. Stackless would have ramifications not just for a few
> files in the core, but also for all the extension modules that come
> with Python and for all the authors of third-party extension modules.
> In terms of number of files affected, "intrusive" isn't a bad word to
> describe the Stackless patches.
Yes, but the word 'intrusive' normally refers to a negative connotation; and
the expression 'too intrusive' means what it means...
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