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Re^3: Is Using Threads Slower Than Not Using Threads?
in thread Is Using Threads Slower Than Not Using Threads?
In our last disagreement you would not even so much as recognize my arguments about context, just completely ignoring anything I said. And there you were taking one phrase out of its qualifying context. Here I am making an objection to a complete thought that was part of your reply to the OP; yes, not one pertinent to your main point.
Why am I doing so? Because you seem to have elected yourself defender of ithreads to the point where you attack even true and reasonable cautionary points about them with a variety of shenanigans designed more to conceal than expose truth. The truth is that ithreads are a very different beast than people coming from other languages may expect. They are slow to start and tend to cause memory bloat. Anywhere there is support for copy-on-write fork, fork and some variety of IPC is almost always a better choice.
If that's politics, so be it. Don't bother responding, I'm not going to read it.