Stackless Python, eventual merge?

Michael Schneider michaels at one.net
Mon Sep 16 05:09:49 CEST 2002



David Abrahams wrote:

>"Christian Tismer" <tismer at tismer.com> wrote in message
>news:mailman.1032107006.6411.python-list at python.org...
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>>The changes to Python are also so small now, that
>>it doesn't matter if it will be merged or not.
>>Porting Stackless to a new Python is a matter of a few
>>hours. You may rely on getting a Stackless version
>>of any new Python version in almost no time.
>>
>
>I think it still matters. You don't want people who need stackless'
>capabilities to have to use a non-standard Python forever, do you?
>

I am a little confused by this.   I use threads, but threads must be 
compiled in.
This has been that the same since I downloaded my first python in '93 (Very
good language Guido :-)


Could someone please explain to a "confused" python user. Why the 
current version of
stackless python would not be distributed like threads???



Thanks to all for a great language!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mike


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