First-class Multi-threading support

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Fri Apr 26 23:53:29 UTC 2019

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On Thu, Apr 25, 2019 at 6:41 PM Chinenye Onuegbu <kizer at> wrote:

> I am not exactly sure why multi-threading support in JavaScript has been
> avoided, even though there is a strong case for real multi-threading
> support in JavaScript. This is usually reflected in the race to fit every
> event callback within 16ms to avoid dropping frames.
> To cover for some of these deficiencies, web workers, worker_threads,
> process.fork, etc have been introduced in the past, all of which are
> cumbersome to use. I understand that multi-threading is difficult to get
> right, and it provides a number of challenges including making it easy to
> create difficult-to-debug bugs, but I am of the opinion that we can at
> least start a discussion on this.
> In light of this, I created a draft of what I think is a "safe" way to add
> "user-space", first-class multi-threading support in JavaScript. The link
> to the gist:
> A few things to note:
> 1. I am not an expert in multi-threading, and could have made some
> otherwise obvious wrong assumptions/blunders
> 2. I am not an expert in JS engines, and do not know how easy/difficult
> these are to actually bring to fruition
> I am looking for comments and constructive criticisms. Thanks in advance.
> --
> Kizer
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