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.... i'll take your word for it in Re: Why use threads over processes, or why use processes over threads? which is in an interesting about face from your current position

BrowserUk states:

The result is, that perl threading implementation as is, is at best utilitarian, and at worst, broken. This is unsurmountable given the nature of perl's core as is, and would only be fixable with a complete re-write of the perl core. The problem runs very deep. Even the POSIX C-runtime that underlies so much of the perl core is inherently non-reentrant, and without reentrancy built-in from the lowest levels, making effective use of threads, where these are natively fast and efficient, simply isn't possible.

.... i dunno where my ignorance comes from...maybe you?


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