Tres Seaver wrote:
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Chris' ClockServer removes the need for such a thread, by hooking
ZServer's mainloop to generate the "faux" request needed to kick off
async processing.  A "crontab" - like schedule can be driven equally
well from ClockScheduler as from a separate thread.

So what's wrong with including ClockServer in the core or making it easier to install? (ie not having to put packages in the python path which is hard with some hosting arrangements)

And what's the argument against a core scheduler regardless of a clock? Isn't running background tasks a common need amoungst many very different tools and therefore a interstructure issue?

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