[Python-ideas] How the heck does async/await work in Python 3.5

Joao S. O. Bueno jsbueno at python.org.br
Tue Feb 23 16:25:47 EST 2016


Today I also stumbled on this helpful "essay" from Brett Cannon about
the same subject

http://www.snarky.ca/how-the-heck-does-async-await-work-in-python-3-5

On 23 February 2016 at 18:05, Sven R. Kunze <srkunze at mail.de> wrote:
> On 20.02.2016 07:53, Christian Gollwitzer wrote:
>
> If you have difficulties wit hthe overall concept, and if you are open to
> discussions in another language, take a look at this video:
>
> https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/C9-GoingNative/GoingNative-39-await-co-routines
>
> MS has added coroutine support with very similar syntax to VC++ recently,
> and the developer tries to explain it to the "stackful" programmers.
>
>
> Because of this thread, I finally finished an older post collecting valuable
> insights from last year discussions regarding concurrency modules available
> in Python: http://srkunze.blogspot.com/2016/02/concurrency-in-python.html It
> appears to me that it would fit here well.
>
> @python-ideas
> Back then, the old thread ("Concurrency Modules") was like basically meant
> to result in something useful. I hope the post covers the essence of the
> discussion.
> Some even suggested putting the table into the Python docs. I am unaware of
> the formal procedure here but I would be glad if somebody could point be at
> the right direction if that the survey table is wanted in the docs.
>
> Best,
> Sven
>
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