Stackless Python, eventual merge?
tismer at tismer.com
Tue Sep 17 16:42:24 EDT 2002
Michael Chermside wrote:
> Okay, let's see if we can settle this... because I think it has real
> I am going to pose a hypothetical situation... please don't argue about
> whether these conditions are true now, or whether they will be true, but
> take these as assumptions:
Thanks a lot for this great summary.
I'd just like to do a small addition:
> (3) Someone (probably NOT Christian) is willing to take on the job of
> merging it into the core and maintaining it afterward.
I would of course not refuse to keep maintaining it, let it be
in the trunk or not. I was just rying to say that I'm just
not willing to fight for it by discussion any longer. I'm a coder.
Stackless is my heart code and I will do for it whatever it needs.
> ... leave Christian to do what he's doing well, and let someone else
> worry about possible integration.
And that would be the only contribution I'm asking for.
thanks again - chris
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