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Re: Concurrency, again

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Concurrency, again
Date: Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:43:14 -0400

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  > > Are such bugs why the "concurrency" branch is not ready?

  > We don't really know, because the branch was never seriously used.

We could do something about that.  Can we modify them so that
you need to set a variable or you get the current default
behavior?  Then it could be merged in, and people could try it.

  > That's what the branch does: if a Lisp program doesn't create any
  > threads, it will run normally, as in today's Emacs, using a single
  > main thread.

Maybe the flag (or flags) could control whether these applications
create threads.

Dr Richard Stallman
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