Dnia nie 13. lipca 2003 21:20, Alastair Reid napisał:

> We dropped Haskell finalizers because neither Hugs nor NHC could implement
> them and implementing them would pretty much require them to implement
> preemptive concurrency (i.e., multiple threads each with their own stacks).

Not necessarily preemptive. Hugs-like concurrency would be OK. The point is to 
be able to protect mutable structures by mutexes.

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