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RE: multiprocessing module (PEP 371)

P: n/a
Christian Heimes wrote:
Can you provide a C implementation that compiles under VS 2008? Python
2.6 and 3.0 are using my new VS 2008 build system and we have dropped
support for 9x, ME and NT4. If you can provide us with an
implementation we *might* consider using it.
You'd have to at least consider whether to consider using it ;)

BTW, something like adding a windows fork() that is not publically
exposed might be considered a bug/performance fix only (and thus
suitable for 3.0.1) if you don't get it into 3.0 (to be exposed to
Python code in 3.1) - but check first whether it would be accepted as
such. Definitely best to try to get it into 3.0.

Tim Delaney
Jun 27 '08 #1
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