[Mono-dev] Test Results: IronPython 2.0 Alpha 3/4, Kamaelia, Nested Yields, MS.NET and Mono 1.2.5./trunk/ r85570
M. David Peterson
xmlhacker at gmail.com
Mon Sep 10 16:56:14 EDT 2007
On 9/10/07, M. David Peterson <xmlhacker at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ahhh, the power of open source. That *ROCKS*! Thanks, Zoltan!
> 2.0A4 mdavid$ which mono
> 2.0A4 mdavid$ mono -V
> Mono JIT compiler version 1.2.5 (/trunk/ r85598)
> Copyright (C) 2002-2007 Novell, Inc and Contributors. www.mono-project.com
> TLS: normal
> GC: Included Boehm (with typed GC)
> SIGSEGV: normal
> Notification: Thread + polling
> Architecture: x86
> Disabled: none
> 2.0A4 mdavid$ mono ipy.exe -X:TabCompletion -X:ColorfulConsole
> IronPython console: IronPython 2.0A4 (2.0.10904.02) on .NET 2.0.50727.42
> Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
> >>> class microprocess(object):
> ... def __init__(self):
> ... super(microprocess, self).__init__()
> ... def main(self): #<--- Look its here!!!
> ... yield 1
> >>> class printer(microprocess):
> ... def __init__(self, tag):
> ... super(printer, self).__init__()
> ... self.tag = tag
> ... def main(self):
> ... while 1:
> ... yield 1 # Must be a generator
> ... print self.tag
> >>> X = printer("Hello World")
Michael (Sparks): So what's the next step in testing Kamaelia compatibility
with IronPython alpha 4 on both MS.NET and Mono? With IP 2.0 still in alpha
releases, and with the combination of Silverlight/Moonlight/DLR both under
active and heavy development it seems now is the time to hit the testing
process hard to ensure Kamaelia compatibility with the final release(s).
I'm ready to hit it hard, as is Sylvain (he arrives here in our US offices
in three days), at which point we both plan to spend a considerable amount
of time w/ IronPython 2.0 running via Mono and focus our time on getting the
the Kamaelia-based message queue system he developed in place and working
properly, to then place focus on extending that message queue as seems
appropriate for each desired functionality.
One of the first projects we plan to tackle is getting a P2P streaming audio
system in place and accessible via a Silverlight-based browser application.
In this regard, where would suggest we place our primary focus for
M. David Peterson
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