I always found it a bit ironic that my main use case for agents doesn't
really at all make use of the "mutable ref" aspect of the agent, only the
queue piece. I usually hold the name of the log file in the mutable ref to
emphasize that the agent is "guarding" this particular log file, but I
don't actually mutate it, so the mutability doesn't really matter for this
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 7:02 PM, Mark Engelberg <mark.engelb...@gmail.com>
> My primary use case for agents has always been when I want to coordinate
> multiple threads writing to a log file. The agent effectively serializes
> all the write requests with a minimum of fuss.
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