Yield inside try...finally

Michael Sparks michaels at rd.bbc.co.uk
Fri Jun 6 11:23:45 CEST 2003

Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> wrote :
> Note the wink:

I did :)

> Sounds about right, for a fairly broad definition of "state machine",
> but that will do for a start.

I've implemented what Twisted calls "deferreds" for Perl's POE in the past,
which is why I view it that way. It might be a misconception though.

> [ ... and other good points regarding Twisted, and pointer at Flow
>   and a pointer at a recent relevant thread "Help with coroutine-based
>    state machines" ]

Thanks for the pointers - I'll take a look. I've been working on this
approach for a few months now and so far it seems to be nicely panning
out. (If I could talk about details I would!)


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