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PyFAQ: help wanted with thread article

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this FAQ item talks about using sleep to make sure that threads run
properly:

http://effbot.org/pyfaq/none-of-my-t...to-run-why.htm

I suspect it was originally written for the "thread" module, but as
far as I know, the "threading" module takes care of the issues described
here all by itself.

so, should this item be removed?

or can anyone suggest a rewrite that's more relevant for "threading"
users. feel free to post suggestions (or better, an updated text) to
this thread, or over at the PyFAQ staging site.

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Nov 14 '06 #1
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Fredrik Lundh a écrit :
this FAQ item talks about using sleep to make sure that threads run
properly:

http://effbot.org/pyfaq/none-of-my-t...to-run-why.htm

I suspect it was originally written for the "thread" module, but as
far as I know, the "threading" module takes care of the issues described
here all by itself.

so, should this item be removed?

or can anyone suggest a rewrite that's more relevant for "threading"
users. feel free to post suggestions (or better, an updated text) to
this thread, or over at the PyFAQ staging site.
Maybe it could be modified to indicate (for threading) existence of
daemon and non-daemon threads.

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