Re: [pypy-dev] Continuations and sandboxing

2011-01-10 Thread William ML Leslie
On 10 January 2011 15:24, Nathanael D. Jones nathanael.jo...@gmail.com wrote: Hi folks, Hi! 2) Serializeable continuations. With gameplay being based on good plot and story flow, continuations are critical to allow straightforward implementation of 'workflows' that depend on user choice at

Re: [pypy-dev] Continuations and sandboxing

2011-01-10 Thread William ML Leslie
On 11 January 2011 07:18, Paolo Giarrusso p.giarru...@gmail.com wrote: Hi all, On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 09:22, William ML Leslie william.leslie@gmail.com wrote: On 10 January 2011 15:24, Nathanael D. Jones nathanael.jo...@gmail.com wrote: 4) Dynamic code loading. Users will be able to

Re: [pypy-dev] Continuations and sandboxing

2011-01-10 Thread Nathanael D. Jones
Regardng #1: Sandboxing is a major concern for me. Different code will need different sandboxing levels depending upon who created/approved the code. I can't have everything in one sandbox - I need isolated boxes on a per-request level. I think I see a way to sidestep the need for #3 and also

[pypy-dev] good by swap of death

2011-01-10 Thread Daniel Poelzleithner
hi, as I'm surly not the only one having sometimes memory problems when translating pypy. Slowly getting bitten by the swap of death, not registering anything until the desktop stops and rescuing is a very slow process (yes, i have a special root login with /bin/sh shell and memlockd...). I was

Re: [pypy-dev] good by swap of death

2011-01-10 Thread Maciej Fijalkowski
Hey. In general it's next to impossible to translate pypy if swapping. You need at least 2G of RAM for 32bit and 4G for 64bit build. On Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 7:49 AM, Daniel Poelzleithner poe...@poelzi.org wrote: hi, as I'm surly not the only one having sometimes memory problems when

Re: [pypy-dev] Continuations and sandboxing

2011-01-10 Thread William ML Leslie
On 11 January 2011 15:25, Nathanael D. Jones nathanael.jo...@gmail.com wrote: Regardng #1: Sandboxing is a major concern for me. Different code will need different sandboxing levels depending upon who created/approved the code. I can't have everything in one sandbox - I need isolated boxes on a

Re: [pypy-dev] Continuations and sandboxing

2011-01-10 Thread Maciej Fijalkowski
Hello. This discussion have drifted considerably. In general this is the pypy development mailing list, so personally I would like to keep discussions only to things that are either very interesting for people actively working on PyPy or have remote possibility that someone will start working on