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From: Lucas Dixon <ldixon@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] The state of ML: multi-threaded, saved state and support platforms


Florian Weimer wrote:
> * Lucas Dixon:
> 
>> 1. Which implementations have native system threads with shared memory?
> 
> And are there any implementations which allow multiple worlds in a
> single process, *without* shared memory?

I was wondering if some systems implement message passing concurrency 
without shared memory. Seems quite reasonable to me. I think older 
thread libraries for PolyML has limits on the way memory was shared.

best,
lucas

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