Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of greenlet.

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Examples

  • The place was in remarkable order; the gardens in full bloom, the mocking birds building their nests, and the greenlets warbling sweetly among the flowering shrubs.

    Three Years in the Sixth Corps A Concise Narrative of Events in the Army of the Potomac, from 1861 to the Close of the Rebellion, April, 1865

  • They live in the maronniers, and lindens, and elms, among the noble gardens of the town, whether public or private, and seem to mind the neighborhood of man as little as the greenlets which flit about the plane-trees of Philadelphia.

    Rural Hours

  • The vireos, or greenlets, are akin to the warblers in appearance and habits, and like them are peculiar to the western continent.

    Birds in the Bush

  • Also, the server code approaches differ, some start coroutines/greenlets/whateverlets on a new connection and some don't.

    Jeremy Zawodny's linkblog

  • These distributed functions could be available as continuously running microthreads/greenlets/whatever.

    Planet Twisted

  • These distributed functions could be available as continuously running microthreads/greenlets/whatever.

    Planet Python

  • These distributed functions could be available as continuously running microthreads/greenlets/whatever.

    Planet Twisted

  • These distributed functions could be available as continuously running microthreads/greenlets/whatever.

    Planet Twisted

  • These distributed functions could be available as continuously running microthreads/greenlets/whatever.

    Planet Twisted

  • I've done a little bit of prototyping using greenlets before, and will soon need to do much more than that with Python 2.5 generators.

    Electric Duncan

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