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From: Arthur Bergman
August 12, 2002 06:02
Message ID: 9CFB9B8C-ADF3-11D6-BC7B-003065D64CBE@contiller.se
On måndag, augusti 12, 2002, at 11:45 , Nick Ing-Simmons wrote:
> Elizabeth Mattijsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> At 12:12 PM 8/11/02 +0100, Nick Ing-Simmons wrote:
>>>> The Thread::Tie module is a proof-of-concept implementation of
>>>> approach to shared variables. Instead of having shared variables
>>>> in all the threads from which they are accessible, shared variable
>>>> as "normal", unshared variables in a seperate thread. Only a tied
>>>> exists in each thread from which the shared variable is accesible.
>>> That is actually exactly what threads::shared is supposed to do as
>>> The only difference being that the "separate thread" has a shadowy
>> Aha! So maybe there the "2 other threads were running" message is
>> from, when you only started one other thread.
> It is a posibility.
No since it is just a perl interpreter, not a thread structure.
>> Does this shadowy thread run
>> always, even if you don't have threads::shared ?
> I think threads::shared bootstrap calls it into being.