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- Subject: Re: Concurrency in Lua / accessing the Erlang website...
- From: Joseph Stewart <joseph.stewart@...>
- Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2006 12:44:18 -0500
I found the paper mentioned below at (citeseer)
Just started reading it...
On 2/1/06, Joseph Stewart <email@example.com> wrote:
The discussions on this list recently about concurrency got me wondering how "threads" are implemented in Erlang. Apparently they are very lightweight, and issues of portability between Windows/Linux/BSD/OSX have been addressed in some kind of efficient manner.
I wonder if the work done for Erlang might have relevance for Lua.
Via Google, I've seen references to a paper that might go into further detail before digging into the code. The document mentioned is
Unfortunately, it seems my access to www.erlang.org
and www.erlang.se is non-existant (and has been for the past 14 hours).
When I have access to the Erlang site, I may have more to offer, but in the meantime, does anyone want to weigh in on this as a possibility in the Lua arena (ErLua)?