Scott Jones02/02/2021, 6:46 PM
Alex Cano02/02/2021, 7:06 PM
channel (this is just about the open source server). Second is that you theoretically should be able to implement your own executor (all you’d need to do is inherit from the
and implement those methods. Executors are responsible for submitting work to an engine that schedules the work accordingly. Is there an engine that exists in the Julia ecosystem (I know very little about Julia so bear with me) that you’d like to leverage? If you’re just looking to execute Julia code, you may be interested in creating a
task that accepts your python objects as arguments, interfaces with Julia to execute some code, then returns the Python objects. I’m sure the exact process may vary depending on how you need the interface between the languages to work, but I think that’d be a great starting place!
Scott Jones02/02/2021, 7:09 PM
Jim Crist-Harif02/02/2021, 7:18 PM
Scott Jones02/02/2021, 7:20 PM
is kind of a weird reverse
(it actually depends on
), and I would prefer to stick with Julia and use
when necessary, but if that’s all that is currently possible, it will have to do.
fairly frequently - it’s my preferred way of interaction with Python, to be honest!)