[SciPy-user] Multithreading cookbook entry
Thu Feb 21 13:52:49 CST 2008
--- Anand Patil <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Yep. Oops. Fixed in the v2 versions of the files.
> The wiki doesn't
> > make a very good version control system. Is it
> worth incorporating
> > those files into scipy?
> I vote yes. In my opinion the following would
> combine to form a killer feature:
> - The handythread idea is developed a little, maybe
> to provide
> functionality comparable to OpenMP
> - Instructions for releasing the GIL in different
> extension types
> (swig, f2py, pyrex) are combined in one place
> - The numpy functions that release the GIL are
> clearly enumerated.
Yes, this is good, but I recognize that it's laying a
lot of work on someone with initials A.A. I would be
happy to have the handythread.py along with simple
instructions of how to use Py_BEGIN_ALLOW_THREADS and
Py_BEGIN_ALLOW_THREADS in the C extension to make it
all work together ... Providing that can be done
easily with a few C calls. Maybe it's more
complicated than I realize. In which case: OY !
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