Michael J. Ryan
tracker1 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 2 15:31:01 UTC 2016
There is a difference between thread safety and unexpected event ordering
in a higher level language.. just because you don't think of it in the
language doesn't mean it isn't there... Also the js environments are multi
threaded, it's just those threads are for internals and abstracted away
from you in a safe way.
On Nov 2, 2016 8:26 AM, "Leo Dutra" <leodutra.br at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is not a matter of being faster. Is a matter of using machine potential
> and using better internal instructions.
> And about being faster, any serious language has a simple feature like
> threads and Visual Basic should not emerge even in Microsoft specs
> discussions. What comes next? PHP?
> I still don't understand why you talk so much about racing conditions in a
> language which one of the main aspects is loose clojuring and racing
> Who cares about thread-safety if it were never expected and if it all can
> be seamless. And where it would not be explicit?
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