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huey.consumer.Consumer.worker_threads right now is a list of tuples (worker, process).

But the first item is never used, because it is recreated each time ( ). worker_threads can be a list of processes instead to make the code simpler to understand and maintain.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 5 years ago
  • Reactions:1
  • Comments:12 (12 by maintainers)

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mindojo-victorcommented, Apr 26, 2018

When did I say this?

I suggested the same thing here

But you suggested to use an uglier way. So I made the conclusion that you don’t want to make it easier to override the internals.

there’s an entitled vibe coming across that you may not be aware of.

Sorry, I am not a native English speaker, so I am not sure what this idiom means. But I think I understand what you mean.

I feel like I am fighting with you. To me it looks like you oppose some of changes. I kind of understand why, but I don’t think it’s wise.

That’s were my attitude comes from.

So I think I could address the same quote to you… 😃

coleifercommented, Apr 25, 2018

You’re correct. It makes things like testing easier to have the worker class and the associated process in the same data-structure, because once you wrap the worker class in a greenlet/thread/process, there’s no way to reference it after the fact. It’s not being used outside of the tests, at present, though. Perhaps I can make some better comments.

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