dual processor

Mike Meyer mwm at mired.org
Wed Sep 7 03:32:36 CEST 2005


Jeremy Jones <zanesdad at bellsouth.net> writes:
> 1) find a good clean way to utilize muti-CPU machines and

I like SCOOP. But I'm still looking for alternatives.

> 2) come up with a simple, consistent, Pythonic concurrency paradigm.

That's the hard part. SCOOP attaches attributes to *variables*. It
also changes the semantics of function calls based on the values of
those attributes. Part of the power of using SCOOP comes from the
processor detecting when a variable has been declared as having an
attribute is used to reference objects for which the attribute doesn't
apply.

I'm not sure how Pythonic that can be made.

    <mike
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