On Fri, Sep 15, 2017 at 4:48 PM David King <dk...@ketralnis.com> wrote:

> Racket already has two ways to do this: futures and threads. (There was a
> recent discussion on the mailing lists about futures.)
> The guide has more information here:
> https://docs.racket-lang.org/guide/parallelism.html
>
>
> It's true but threads aren't actually parallel, futures can use only
> limited fp-related operations, and places have much stronger restrictions
> than threaded code in most languages does.
>
> Ah. If that was the question, then I believe the answer is likely to be
"no", but wouldn't presume to know for sure.

Robby

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