threading and iterator crashing interpreter
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Sun Mar 11 18:42:13 CET 2007
En Sun, 11 Mar 2007 11:35:58 -0300, Janto Dreijer <jantod at gmail.com>
>> At least, the problem of using the same generator from different threads
>> still remains, if you don't use my modified code. In general, when using
>> multiple threads you always need some way to syncronize access to shared
>> objects. You are lucky with Sessions because append is an atomic
>> on lists; for more information see
> Again you're right. But even putting a try-except:return around the
> random.choice still manages to break the interpreter. I'm not looking
> for any meaningful output really. I just want it not to break.
A try/except won't help a concurrency problem, unfortunately.
> Like I said, this is just watered down code to try and isolate the
So I suggest to start with some small, *correct*, code, and then add more
features until you reconstruct your big program in a safe way.
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