using python interpreters per thread in C++ program
skippy.hammond at gmail.com
Tue Sep 8 00:31:37 CEST 2009
On 7/09/2009 10:50 PM, MRAB wrote:
> sturlamolden wrote:
>> On 7 Sep, 13:53, ganesh <ganeshbo... at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I need to use these to get the proper concurrency in my multi-threaded
>>> application without any synchronization mechanisms.
>> Why will multiple interpreters give you better concurrency? You can
>> have more than one thread in the same interpreter.
>> Here is the API explained:
> CPython's GIL means that multithreading on multiple processors/cores has
> limitations. Each interpreter has its own GIL, so processor-intensive
> applications work better using the multiprocessing module than with the
> threading module.
I believe you will find the above is incorrect - even with multiple
interpreter states you still have a single GIL.
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