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Author pitrou
Recipients donmez, jnoller, mark.dickinson, pitrou
Date 2008-08-18.19:50:34
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Le lundi 18 août 2008 à 19:42 +0000, Ismail Donmez a écrit :
> Ismail Donmez <> added the comment:
> Ah cool, we might be at the end of multiprocessing problems then I guess 
> :-)

Well, not really, it should be diagnosed why the dictionary mutates in
the first place. This dictionary is apparently processed in a child
process just after a fork() occurred, so logically there shouldn't be
several threads running.
Unless processing the dictionary itself can create some new threads?
Date User Action Args
2008-08-18 19:50:36pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, mark.dickinson, donmez, jnoller
2008-08-18 19:50:35pitroulinkissue3578 messages
2008-08-18 19:50:34pitroucreate