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#1 toxicafunk commented on 2009-03-18:


Just wondering if you know about Parallel Pyhton ( it seems dead easy to use so I'm wondering how does it compares to twisted.

Thanks for the great posts and useful links.

#2 Eliot commented on 2009-03-23:

Hi toxicafunk, I haven't looked into Parallel Python... I realize there are a number of concurrency options with Python. I also realize using Twisted is generally not considered easy, but I liked it for my needs at the time. It may or may not have been the best choice for the job. I'm interested in trying new things; I'll write about them if I get the chance. Thanks for the comment!

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