I'm posting to share something wonderful. MCE and MCE::Shared have reached 1.850. They now work reliably with Graphics::Framebuffer. Three new examples were added to the framebuffer folder on GitHub. Curently, Graphics::Framebuffer works on Linux maybe FreeBSD. The 3 examples many_boxes.pl, many_ellipses.pl, and many_lines.pl use MCE::Hobo, threads (yes this too), and MCE::Child respectively.
I also updated the PDL demonstration on GitHub, recently. That works on Windows similarly to runing on UNIX.
Me ka aloha pumehana (kind regards), Mario
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