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Changelog History
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  • v0.4 Changes

    May 13, 2016

    ๐Ÿ›  05/13/2016 Fixed a subtle bug with futures/cancellation.

  • v0.3 Changes

    May 13, 2016

    05/13/2016 Bug fixes to the run_in_process() and run_in_thread() functions so that exceptions are reported properly. Also fixed logic bug on related to kernel task initialization.

    05/13/2016 Modification to the abide() function to allow it to work with RLocks from the threading module. One caveat: Such locks are NOT reentrant from within curio itself.

  • v0.2 Changes

    May 11, 2016

    โ™ป๏ธ 05/05/2016 Refactoring of stream I/O classes. There is now FileStream and SocketStream. The old Stream class is gone.

    04/30/2016 The run_blocking() and run_cpu_bound() calls are now called run_in_thread() and run_in_process().

    04/23/2016 Changed the new_task() function to spawn().

    ๐Ÿšš 04/22/2016 Removed parent/child task relationship and associated tracking. It's an added complexity that's not really needed in the kernel and it can be done easily enough by the user in cases where it might be needed.

    โ™ป๏ธ 04/18/2016 Major refactoring of timeout handling. Virtually all operations in curio support cancellation and timeouts. However, putting an explicit "timeout" argument on every API function/method greatly complicates the underlying implementation (and introduces performance overhead in cases where timeouts aren't used). To put a timeout on an operation, use the timeout_after() function instead. For example:

               await timeout_after(5, sock.recv(1024))
    
           This will cause a timeout to be raised after the
           specified time interval.  
    

    04/01/2016 Improved management of the I/O selector. The number of register/unregister operations are reduced for tasks that constantly perform I/O on the same resources. This could offer a nice performance boost in certain cases.

    โœ… 03/31/2016 Switched test suite to py.test. All of the tests are in the top-level tests directory. Use 'python3 -m pytest' to test.

    03/30/2016 Improved the curio monitor. Instead of relying on the console TTY (and invoked via Ctrl-C), it now uses a socket to which you must connect via a different session. To enable the monitor either use:

               kernel = Kernel(with_monitor=True)
    
           or run with an environment variable
    
               env CURIOMONITOR=TRUE python3 yourprogram.py
    
           To connect to the monitor, use the following command:
    
               python3 -m curio.monitor
    

    โฑ 02/15/2016 Fixed Issue #37 where scheduling multiple tasks for sleeping could potentially cause a crash in rare circumstances.

  • v0.1 Changes

    October 31, 2015

    ๐ŸŽ‰ Initial version