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On Sun, 14 Jun 2020 21:28:36 -0700
Russell Haley <> wrote:

> If you are working in a unix-like environment, you can also flip the
> threading model on it's head and use an event loop/engine like cqueues:
> Cqueues are easy to use because they
> rely on co-routines and an OS event library (which is transparent to you).
> There is no callback model so processes are just continuous loops.

cqueues is an excellent framework; however the program will be limited
to only a single CPU core.

...which may or may not matter, depending on the application. But
often when people start talking about "threads" they expect multiple
cores to be utilized.

Aaron B. <>