ES6,ES7,ES8 and beyond. A Proposed Roadmap.

David Bruant bruant.d at
Sun Apr 21 14:05:32 PDT 2013

Le 21/04/2013 19:09, Brendan Eich a écrit :
> Domenic Denicola wrote:
>> Doing a quick poll of some IRC rooms, there's some call for 
>> shared-memory multithreading. I know this was a concern of the asm.js 
>> project, or more generally for the JS-as-a-compilation-target 
>> mission. I don't think this is a good idea, but just passing it along.
> We're researching still and will not let arbitrary data races violate 
> JS semantics (for one thing, this would hit all JITs that speculate 
> assuming invariants obtained from JS's event-loop concurrency within 
> the same realm, er, window -- it would break them all, AFAICT).
> It may be that a Parallel JS "patient parent" model where 
> non-overlapping slices of an array-buffer are handed off to workers, 
> with results written back race-free, is enough for the interesting 
> use-cases.
Data ownership (like HTML5 Transferables or Rust unique pointers) is 
another interesting track that covers different (also interesting) use 
cases in my opinion.
Probably to be considered as part of the ES7/ES8 work on "The semantics 
of inter-vat communications"


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