Thread Question

Jarek Zgoda jzgoda at o2.usun.pl
Wed Mar 1 20:19:13 CET 2006


Just napisał(a):

> I always felt that subclassing Thread is very unpythonic. It seems like 
> an unfortunate leftover Javaism (much of threading.py was inspired by 
> Java, but I don't need to tell you that). If I need some state, I create 
> my own class, with a reference to the Thread object if needed. Has-a vs. 
> is-a.

For me, it's not a "javaism", but "delphism" (since I know
Delphi/ObjectPascal much better than Java). In fact, in most OO
languages I know, threads are modeled as classes. Followning common
practice in this matter makes sense when you program in many languages -
your threads will be always classes with similar repertoire of methods
and attributes.

-- 
Jarek Zgoda
http://jpa.berlios.de/



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