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From James Duncan Davidson <james.david...@eng.sun.com>
Subject Re: [PATCH] multithreading tasks
Date Fri, 23 Jun 2000 11:33:09 GMT
on 2000/06/22 12:10, Steve Loughran at steve_l@iseran.com wrote:

> This is really the classic distributed workflow problem -to do it right you
> usually end up having a cross network service location process (you didnt
> want to hard code in a machine name did you?), an event mechanism to
> indicate when events finish (you dont want to serialize processing), and
> lots of exception handling. Plus of course authentication.

Is it? I didn't see any distrubted semantics there (which would require all
of what you say). Just multi threading. I defintly don't want to support
distributed (across machines) in the core. If somebody wants to build a
framework like that which uses Ant on each machine, that's great and I'd be
interested in trying to see if Ant could be compatible with such a thing,
but it's not something that I'd support in core.

Scripting was a stretch for me. MT is a further stretch for me. Both are at
the limits.... :)

.duncan


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