isiahmeadows at gmail.com
Thu Nov 3 01:32:25 UTC 2016
And yes, I've been paying attention to safety. What I'm actually going
to be using behind the scenes for the proposal is an event-driven
system to coordinate thread access and having both atomic updates and
synchronized calls by default, and this system will also work with the
event loop as well, with a basic priority system in place.
I'm still working on it, and I plan to have a gist in tandem with
this, so I don't have to have a long, detailed email to start. I just
want to see something a little lighter than just cloning *everything*
(zero copy preferable), and the ability to have high-level
manipulation of shared data without requiring SharedArrayBuffers, a
`malloc` reimplementation, and a boilerplatey abstraction on top of
me at isiahmeadows.com
On Wed, Nov 2, 2016 at 8:27 PM, Michael J. Ryan <tracker1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> At the module level for a parallel import, etc would be a decent point to
> support parallel execution... But checks would be needed to avoid migration
> at boundaries...
> I'm not opposed to parallel execution... But changing the async spec to
> allow unsafe threads is just a really bad idea... I have also seen many
> bugs in .Net and Java code surrounding bugs and rather not see those types
> of shared/static access in JS.
> Having an import worker/parallel with a clean interface could be good...
> On Nov 2, 2016 1:28 PM, "Isiah Meadows" <isiahmeadows at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been working on another idea for parallelism that also leverage
> modules, but doesn't involve workers. It will enable read-only resource
> sharing of direct object instances across threads, using realms, a built-in
> concept of thread ownership, and atomicity for ensuring thread safety. It
> also allows for blocking calls for individual atomic access.
> On Wed, Nov 2, 2016, 16:00 Leo Dutra <leodutra.br at gmail.com> wrote:
>> We could think in a pool of workers with dynamic code execution or
>> propose, in JS spec, points where multithreading is recommended.
>> Anyway... looks like community is OK with the current state and that's
>> more than enough.
>> Good to see interest, anyways.
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