claird at starbase.neosoft.com
Tue Sep 17 10:25:26 EDT 2002
In article <fe31142f.0209152321.341fee8d at posting.google.com>,
Chris <cs26 at tecco.at> wrote:
>Thank you for the advice, but I have the instruction to write it in C++, so
>this is a point I cannot change. Only for the scripts, Python should be
>Well, I know a little bit about how to do concurrent programming in Python,
>and in C++ too, but my problem is that I don't know how to combine these two
>technologies for the PARBEGIN, PAREND block.
Now I'm even more confused. It sounds as though you're
constrained to do all the scheduling in C++, so I don't
understand the pertinence of Python's concurrency idioms.
They don't matter. You have to schedule the parallelism
with C++, so Python is just a passive interpreter embed-
ded into the larger C++ scheduling application, right?
Cameron Laird <Cameron at Lairds.com>
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