framework to process interdependent tasks in a pool of workers
Async is one more attempt to make the definition and execution of
asynchronous interdependent operations easy. For that to work, you may
define tasks which communicate with each other by channels. Channels
transfer items, which is very similar to bytes flowing through pipes
uses in inter-process communication. Items will only be generated on
demand, that is when you read from the respective output channel.
Async aims to make writing asyncronous processing easier. It provides a task-graph
with interdependent tasks that communicate using blocking channels, allowing
to delay actual computations until items are requested.
Tasks will automatically be distributed among 0 or more threads for the actual computation.
Even though the GIL effectively prevents true concurrency, operations which b
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* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for hurd-i386; no source changes.
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