> This is all just curiosity. I've considered trying some thread
> programming, but if it is as stupid as it sounds, I'd rather
> learn the "right" way of writing code that would ordinarily be
> done with threads, etc.. Right now, I'm using fork() all over
> the place and don't much care how much waste it is... I'd like
> to though.
The single thing people forget most is that threads are expensive. Sure use
one for rendering one for computation, but dont use one per socket on a
If you think of threading as fork() that shares more then you'll probably be
making sensible use of threading.
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