Rene Veerman wrote:
exactly. the knock-on problems you mentioned are well solved and well
realtime programmers using threads have to get their heads around it
on their first realtime project.
i don't like doing my code in c(++), or worse; having to interface
between c(++) and php.
i chose php because my code can stay close to simple english that way.
what you're suggesting is highly intrusive in my work-style, one that
you're not affected by at all.
in fact if you make things more difficult for me, i have less time to
release opensource code of my own.
Someone call a Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah-mbulance!
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