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SubjectRe: Threads are processes that share more


On Wed, 20 Jun 2001, bert hubert wrote:

> Rounding up, it may be worth repeating what I think Alan said some months
> ago:
>
> Threads are processes that share more

... and for absolute majority of programmers additional shared objects mean
additional fsckup sources. I don't trust them to write correct async code.
OK, so I don't trust the majority of programmers to find their dicks if
you take their Visual Masturbation Aid++ away, but that's another story -
I'm talking about otherwise clued people, not burger-flippers armed with
Foo For Complete Dummies in 24 Hours.

> And if we just keep bearing that out to everybody a lot of the myths will go
> away. I would suggest that the pthreads manpages get this attitude.

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