On Tue, May 21, 2013 at 07:21:12PM +0200, Rand Dow wrote:
> Yes, by all means, keep the coroutines!

OK, good! I've kept them :)

Fixed some bugs, like
   -- incorrect handling of inter-coroutine catch/throw,
   -- files handle leaks when stopping suspended coroutines, and
   -- a fatal one, where coroutines didn't cooperate well with the
      garbage collector

and did some of fine-tuning, like
   -- changing the default coroutine segment size from 4 MB to 1 MB
   -- making stack segment of the main program four times the size of
      the coroutine segment sizes
   -- allowing an unlimited number of coroutines (as opposed to
      previously only a maximum of 64)

The changes are available in the current testing release.

♪♫ Alex
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